Golden Key
Sport Management U San Fransico

The Master's Program in Sport Management at the University of San Francisco is one of the most extensive programs in the country and provides professional preparation for management and leadership positions throughout the sport marketplace. The 36-unit interdisciplinary graduate curriculum is designed to provide students with both theory and practice. The curriculum includes an excellent internship program. Students take one course at a time and meet one evening a week; completing their master's degree in 23 months. The complete program is offered at the San Francisco Main Campus and the Los Angeles area campus in Orange County.

Member Benefits

All Golden Keys members will receiveexclusive consideration for admissionandscholarships ranging from $2,000 to $8,000for the Master's Program in Sport Management. Be sure to indicate on your resume that you are a Golden Key member.
The $55 Application Fee will be waived for Golden Key members. Enter the codeAS11GEon the application in the space "For Administrative Use Only."
Application Information
Deadline: 1 February
Contact Information
Northern California (San Francisco Main Campus)
415-422-2678 or email sportmgt@usfca.edu
Southern California (Los Angeles Area in Orange County)
714-633-5626 or email lasportmgt@usfca.edu

"Having the privilege to be a part of the USF Sport Management Master's program has not only provided me with the opportunity to build my network and have access to invaluable academic resources, but it has made me realize my true potential as a sports professional as well. All of the USF faculty truly care about each and every student in the program and will stop at nothing to help us reach our goals. Through a combination of in-class lectures and real world experience, the Sport Management program has more than adequately prepared me for the future and has provided me with the perfect starting point to launch a successful career in the sport industry."

Leah Schilling, USF Sport Management Graduate Student and Golden Key Undergraduate Member, Michigan State University

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