Coming Soon: This Program is under construction and is proposed for Fall 2021
B.S. in Sport Management
School of Business & Communication For Christ & Scripture Since 1927
This program uniquely prepares students to apply business, coaching and physical education principles to the organization, administration, and management of athletic programs and teams, fitness/rehabilitation facilities and health clubs, or sport recreation services.
For the student called to a career in Sport Management, this program provides an unparalleled preparation by equipping each student with the skills, wisdom, and networks to serve their organization, their fans, their church, and their community with excellence.
Students will work with faculty, coaches, experts, athletes and trainers to learn:
Program planning and development
Business and financial management principles
Sales, marketing and recruitment
Event promotion, scheduling and management
How to manage public relations and legal aspects of sports, and well as health and safety standards
TMU offers small class sizes, a top-ranked liberal arts curriculum, and top faculty to ensure individual teacher-student mentorship and a world-class level of scholarship. The personalized learning environments and innovatively designed resources prepare students to handle the sport management challenges of tomorrow with integrity and leadership.
ROOTED IN AN UNWAVERING DEVOTION TO JESUS CHRIST AND THE INERRANT WORD OF GOD, OUR WORLD-CLASS FACULTY AND DEDICATED ADMINISTRATION PREPARE EACH STUDENT’S HEART AND MIND FOR A LIFE OF ETERNAL INFLUENCE.- John MacArthur
Sport Management students will work with TMU athletics teams:
Women’s Athletics: Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swim & Dive, Track & Field (Indoor/Outdoor), Volleyball
Men’s Athletics: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Soccer, Swim & Dive, Track & Field (Outdoor), Volleyball
Study & Serve Abroad
Sport Management students have the option to study at TMU’s Israel campus, plus a wide range of study locations varying by semester, including GO! and TMU Italy.
Alumni & Graduate Degrees
Students may continue their graduate studies at TMU or TMS:
Be right at home developing meaningful, life-long relationships with like-minded Christians. Students experience a missional, gospel-centered student life both in and out of the classroom. Master’s offers a full range of facilities, resources, services, and discipleship.
A Global Experience 2,500+ TMUS students with around 40% on-campus in undergraduate programs, coming from all around the world and typically including 40 different countries and 40 different states.
A Top-ranked Student Life Rated #2 Nationwide “Most Inspirational” by Wall Street Journal, and “A” Grade by Niche.com, and ranked #1 “Right Choice” University (Wall Street Journal 2017 & 2018)
A Beautiful Campus 6 residence halls on one of America’s safest ranked campuses, with Santa Clarita consistently ranked one of the nation’s safest cities. Rated Top 10% Nationwide for “Best College Dorms” and “Best College Campuses” (Niche 2020 ranking)
A Community Of Worship 3 chapel services weekly for all faculty, staff, and students. You may already live-stream the service here: Chapel. Additional opportunities for evangelism and community outreach include the Accounting Association or The Master’s Chorale
Experience it all for yourself
Southern California: a lively, oak-filled canyon campus close to both the mountains and the beach. Endless career opportunities are nearby, and students can join and serve at any number of recommended local churches. Prospective students and their families are invited to class-visits, 1-to-1 advising, and total-campus experiences year-round.
Affordability & Scholarships
We strive to offer students a Christ-centered education within the financial reach of all. We believe in paying less for school, graduating with less debt, and helping students start their careers better prepared for success.
Since 1927, the mission of The Master’s University is to empower students for a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth, and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God worldwide.
Required statement of faith and pastoral recommendation
3.6 GPA average for new applicants
Major Core Courses:
Sample Course Offerings:
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Course Number Course Name Units B102 Old Testament Survey 2 3 B201 New Testament Survey 1 3 B202 New Testament Survey 2 3 BC342 Marriage and Family 3 BC421 Problems and Procedure 1 3 BC422 Problems and Procedures 2 3 BIB310 Foundations of Biblical Study 3 BL305 Elementary Greek 1 3 BL306 Elementary Greek 2 3 BL307 Elementary Greek 3 3 BC421 Problems and Procedures 1 3 BC452 Counseling Observation and Analysis 3 BC400 Senior Integration Seminar 3 BIB390 Principles of Effective Teaching 3 BIB430 Principles of Discipleship 3 MIS320 Information Systems Applications 3 INB311 Global Business Strategy 3 BUS310 Business for Statistics 3 MGT351 Human Resource 3 MGT321 Decision Science 3 MKT462 Sales and Customer Service 3 BUS490 Advanced Business Seminar 3 ED564 Diversity and Differentiation in Education 3 ED505 History & Philosophy of Education 3 BTS510 Land of the Bible (Graduate) 2 BTS511 Creation and Covenant 2 BTS513 Prophecy and Prophets in Context 2 BTS515 Worship and Wisdom 2 BTS521 Historical Background of the New Testament 2 BTS520 Early Church and Book of Acts 2 BTS522 Life, Ministry, & Theology of Christ 2 BTS523 Letters and Theology of Paul 2 BTS524 Theology of Hebrews & General Epistles 2 BTS550 Central Themes of Biblical Theology 2 BUS510 Enterprise and Public Policy 3 BUS520 Business Law (Graduate) 3 INB511 International Business (Graduate) 3 ED508 Advanced Study in Human Development 3 POL220 United States Government 3 H230 United States History 3 MA240 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 3 P311 Introduction to Philosophy (Seniors Only) 3 C100 Spoken Communications 3 MU190 Essentials of Music and Art 3 SP220A Introductory Spanish 1A 2 SP220B Introductory Spanish 1B 2 BL325 Introduction to Biblical Languages 3 CH260 Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry 3 LS150L Essentials of Biology Lab 1 LS150 Essentials of Biology Lecture 3 MA240 Critical Thinking and Quantitative Analysis 3 P311 Intro to Philosophy 3 BTS621 Missions in History 2 BTS620 Missions in the Bible 2 BTS622 Mission of God in the Local Church 2 BTS623 Mission of God in the World 2 BTS680 Foundations of Women's Ministry 2 BTS640 Theology of Worship 2 999 Music Administration 2 999 Music Leadership 2 BTS643 Worship Lab 1 B300 Land of the Bible - Undergraduate 3 BIB306 Christian Worldview & Ethics 3 MGT335 Organizational Communication - Fundamentals 3 MGT409 Leadership Principles & Strategic Management 3 MGT430 Technology and Organizational Decision Making 3 BIB453 Biblical Ethics in the World of Business 3 MGT435 Financial and Managerial Accounting 3