MBA & MSA


Momo

Could anyone recommend a good school offering a joint degree in MSA (management of sports admin) & MBA?

Could anyone recommend a good school offering a joint degree in MSA (management of sports admin) & MBA?
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masterXX

Hi Momo,
Why don't consider an MBA offering Sports Management as a concentration like University of Florida, Hofstra, GW School of Business and many more?
Otherwise the 2 following US schools offer a double degree:
- Isenberg School of Management (UMassAmherst)
- Ohio University
DId you try the research function on find mba? http://www.find-mba.com/search
happy hunting!

Hi Momo,
Why don't consider an MBA offering Sports Management as a concentration like University of Florida, Hofstra, GW School of Business and many more?
Otherwise the 2 following US schools offer a double degree:
- Isenberg School of Management (UMassAmherst)
- Ohio University
DId you try the research function on find mba? http://www.find-mba.com/search
happy hunting!
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Momo

Thank you for your help masterxx! Appreciate it! Have a great one!

Thank you for your help masterxx! Appreciate it! Have a great one!
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LP

I would also check the University of South Carolina. They have a Master of Sport and Entertainment Management:

http://www.hrsm.sc.edu/SPTE/graduate/

I would also check the University of South Carolina. They have a Master of Sport and Entertainment Management:

http://www.hrsm.sc.edu/SPTE/graduate/
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If you want to go to California, San Diego State University offers two MBA programms with concentrations in Sport management, see
http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/%7Ecba/grad/majors.html and
http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/%7Ecba/grad/mba.html
But it's not one of the top schools as you might know..

If you want to go to California, San Diego State University offers two MBA programms with concentrations in Sport management, see
http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/%7Ecba/grad/majors.html and
http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/%7Ecba/grad/mba.html
But it's not one of the top schools as you might know..
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jcohen

Hi Momo,
Why don't consider an MBA offering Sports Management as a concentration like University of Florida, Hofstra, GW School of Business and many more?
Otherwise the 2 following US schools offer a double degree:
- Isenberg School of Management (UMassAmherst)
- Ohio University
DId you try the research function on find mba? http://www.find-mba.com/search
happy hunting!


Hofstra is now offering an MBA in Sports and Enterainment Mangement. You are so close to NYC with wide career choices after graduation.

Also, right across the street from Hofstra a brand new Sports technology complex is going to be build.

"This one-of-a-kind facility will host companies and organizations that are focused on all aspects of leading edge sports technology including enhancing human performance, advanced sports health and rehab, equipment R&D, etc.

Situated next to the Coliseum and one of the countries largest Athletic complexes, this center is ideally located to test, refine and research all kinds of new products, ideas, sports medicine therapies and breakthroughs.

Hofstra University, Nassau Community College and other local colleges and universities will be part of this venture and offer Sports technology curriculums and invaluable internships for students.

This center will quickly become the new "Silicon Valley" of sports technology."

official link to this development
http://www.lighthouseli.com/sportsCenter.php

<blockquote>Hi Momo,
Why don't consider an MBA offering Sports Management as a concentration like University of Florida, Hofstra, GW School of Business and many more?
Otherwise the 2 following US schools offer a double degree:
- Isenberg School of Management (UMassAmherst)
- Ohio University
DId you try the research function on find mba? http://www.find-mba.com/search
happy hunting!
</blockquote>

Hofstra is now offering an MBA in Sports and Enterainment Mangement. You are so close to NYC with wide career choices after graduation.

Also, right across the street from Hofstra a brand new Sports technology complex is going to be build.

"This one-of-a-kind facility will host companies and organizations that are focused on all aspects of leading edge sports technology including enhancing human performance, advanced sports health and rehab, equipment R&D, etc.

Situated next to the Coliseum and one of the countries largest Athletic complexes, this center is ideally located to test, refine and research all kinds of new products, ideas, sports medicine therapies and breakthroughs.

Hofstra University, Nassau Community College and other local colleges and universities will be part of this venture and offer Sports technology curriculums and invaluable internships for students.

This center will quickly become the new "Silicon Valley" of sports technology."

official link to this development
http://www.lighthouseli.com/sportsCenter.php

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