Hiram College

Sport Management

Traditional Undergraduate

Unite Business with Sport, Leisure, and Recreation

Join the rapidly growing sport, leisure, and recreation industry. Organized sports now serve nearly every age and demographic group. In the new sport management program,students prepare to enter the industry by investigating marketing, organizational behavior, legal and ethical perspectives, finance, facility management, and more, while also engaging in experiential, real-world learning opportunities.

Who Are Hiram’s Sport Management Majors?

Hiram’s sport management students are passionate about the field of sport, eager to participate in scholarly activity, detail oriented, and aficionados of current sports events. They’re the future leaders of sport facilities, events, and policies; they see the potential for their impact on employees, consumers, and the industry.

Andrew Diaz de Padilla

“I loved getting to dive into my major headfirst. One of those courses was Introduction to Coaching, which solidified my career goals.”

-Andrew Diaz de Padilla ‘22

About the Sport Management Degree Program

As a challenging interdisciplinary program, the sport management major equips students with skills in critical thinking, information analysis, ethical problem-solving, teamwork, and systems exploration. Students learn these skills through a foundation in the liberal arts and a heavy emphasis on experiential learning. They volunteer, intern, research, and participate in student clubs, applying the concepts they learn in coursework to real-world situations they care about.

The program focuses on diverse learning experiences that allow graduates to become valuable problem solvers and leaders. To help students achieve their career goals, the program includes tracks for fitness, administration, and education and coaching.

Students can complement their sport management program with other majors and minors. Popular choices include the following:

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Andrew White, Ph.D.

Director, Scarborough School of Business & Communication
Assistant Professor of Psychology and Sport Management

Learn more about all of the majors, minors, and opportunities that await you within the Scarborough School of Business & Communication.