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Minor in Sport Management at KU

The minor in Sport Management provides KU students with a core set of skills in sport management, including literacy in sport marketing, sport finance, personnel management, and the sociological aspects of sport. Students will also have a wide variety of electives from which to choose, including sport facilities, sport in film, sport communication, and experiential learning in sport.

This minor is designed for students with an interest in the theory of the sporting context and/or students who will use principles of the sport field in their anticipated profession.

Benefits of the minor in Sport Management:

  • Unique Academic Offering - Students at KU have the opportunity to take advantage of the limited sport management minor of its kind available in the Midwest region.
  • Complements a Variety of Majors - The minor in Sport Management at KU adds a valuable academic component to a diverse set of majors: Sociology, Psychology, Journalism, Business, and more!
  • Complementary Curriculum - With only 18 required credit hours, students are able to complement their major with a minor that does not add too much to their schedules. 
  • Program Reputation - KU’s minor in Sport Management is offered through the KU School of Education, which was recently ranked 8th in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Public Education Schools. 

Learn more about the curriculum.