Canada's Ryerson University Launches MBA Specialization in Sport Business

New program will help students tap into the global Toronto sport marketplace

Ryerson University's Rogers School of Management has announced the launch of a new MBA specialization in Sport Business. 

The new specialization, which will be part of the school's MBA stream in Management of Technology and Innovation, will help students tap into the global Toronto sport marketplace, according to a news release from the school. Indeed, Toronto is home to a number of international sports teams, such as the Toronto Blue Jays (baseball), the Maple Leafs (hockey), and the Raptors (basketball).

To help prepare MBA students for jobs in the business of sports, the specialization will focus on topics like sport marketing, strategy, financial management and business analytics, and other skills.

Ryerson's new MBA specialization in Sport Business is set to launch this fall.

For more information, please see the Ryerson news release announcing the launch of the MBA specialization in Sport Business.

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