Whether you wish to serve as a park director, intramural sports and special-event coordinator, public relations specialist, media coordinator,
A student may elect to gain competencies in the following tracks:
The Sport Management track is designed for students with a strong interest in the business and administration side of sports. This track is enriched with specialized courses in management, marketing, law, finance, leadership and globalization within the sport context while offering opportunities for field experience through practicum and internship.
Parks and Recreation Management
The Parks and Recreation track is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of management skills and knowledge in leisure services, recreation programming, event planning, facility management, law, budgeting and environmental systems and issues. Students gain practical experiences by taking advantage of our practicum and internship courses.
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College to Career
- Sport Management: Athletic director, sports general manager, sports marketing professional, sports event planner, sports facility manager, operations coordinator, sport recruiter, sport agent, etc.
- Parks and Recreation Management: Parks and recreation director, planning director, recreation director, recreation program coordinator, park operations director, facility manager, athletics supervisor, etc.
Phillip and Patricia Frost Professor in Education
Department of Counseling, Recreation and School Psychology
11200 SW 8th Street, ZEB 310
Miami, FL 33199