USD School of Educations Online MA in Kinesiology and Sport Management Ranked Best in the Nation
“Our program has been widely accepted for its flexibility while maintaining a challenging curriculum that prepares our graduates to meet the rigors of the sports business industry,” said Robin Ammon, Ed.D., chair of the division of kinesiology and sport management.
Affordability, flexibility and academic prestige were all contributing factors in the ranking system. Sports Management Degree Hub cited the program’s full-time and part-time program tracks as notable features, which are designed to accommodate the adult learner and working professional. The 30-credit program offers students the option to complete the program within either 24 months or 12 months.
“The USD online masters is a home run for anyone desiring a career sport management. Our business is sport,” Ammon said.
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