- M.A. Sport Management
- Long Beach, CA
- 18 months/36 credits
- minimum 2.75
- Statement of Purpose
- Three reference forms
- Proof of GRE scores: minimum 145 quantitative, 145 verbal, 3.5 analytical
- 9 credits
- Minimum 500 contact hours
- Over 400 affiliations
The Graduate Program in Sport Management hosted its Etiquette Dinner on Thursday November 17, 2016. The event brought together 100+ students and an array of special guests. The evening’s focus was on exposing the students to the “dos” and “don’ts” of dining in the professional world. For the fourth time, a representative from Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits held court, leading our students through a litany of scenarios they may face along their career’s journey.
The Emcee of the night, Mr. Chris Soriano of SGWS, guided our students through the process of wine tasting and pairings, the art of the ‘tray pass/cocktail hour/meet & greet’, table introductions, and a plated dinner. Along the way, Chris highlighted nuances of dining, from napkin placement, soup manners, bread buttering, who pays the bill, and much more! He spoke from personal experiences which resonated with the attendees, as well as his observations from the business world he travels in. Thank you Chris for your expertise and willingness to share your etiquette knowledge!
The students had the opportunity to network with professionals from different industries, our Advisory Committee members, alumni from our program, and members of other Learning Team's within the program. Networking cannot be stressed enough in our industry or in life, therefore many took advantage of this situation to begin relationships with some and reconnect with others.
As an added upside to the event, each person in attendance was provided the opportunity to have a Linked-In quality headshot taken by a professional photographer.
The goal of the night was to teach our young professionals about the basics of etiquette and to put them in situations that should have a positive impact on their life’s journey. As one of our special guests shared with his table, “there are not too many times that you will be promoted at a dinner setting like this, but there are far too many times that people can kill their career based on a bad social experience.”
Our students should be prepared to be in position to put their best foot forward and differentiate themselves from others in the marketplace.
Written by: Emma Heeger
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Proud Alumus of Learning Team 1, Jeff Dyrek is named Chief Executive Office of USA Badminton.
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Tao of Sports Podcast
Dedan Brozino, Program Alumus, Adivsory Committe Member and Adjunct Professor makes a podcast debut on the Tao of Sports podcast. Podcasts are a great tool to learn a little bit about a lot in the sports industry!
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To provide a sound foundation in the Business of Sport, resulting in meaningful employment!
The Graduate Program in Sport Management is an accelerated program which allows the participant to earn a Master's Degree in 18 months. It is designed to prepare individuals for careers in sport/athletic administration and management.
Individuals will be prepared to work in the sport industry in a variety of settings, including professional, fitness, college and scholastic organizations, private businesses, community services, as well as in academic institutions.
Program highlights include:
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Our Sport Management Program
Webinar Session Times: 4pm to 5pm, Location: Online
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(Webinars are usually held on the first Wednesday of the month, but are subject to change.)
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