Georgetown University’s MPS in Sports Industry Management provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the sports industry through a practical and experiential learning model grounded in the principles of responsibility, ethics, and service. Students engage with a faculty of experienced practitioners to develop the business management and leadership skills they need for a successful and impactful career in the global sports industry.
Upon successfully completing the MPS in Sports Industry Management you will:
Creative and Critical Thinking: Apply creative and critical thinking in composing business strategies and solutions to meet sector-specific needs within the sports industry.
Global Competence: Analyze contemporary sports management issues and construct global engagement strategies in collaboration with diverse actors.
Ethical Reasoning and Values: Incorporate industry-relevant ethical standards, socio-cultural considerations and Jesuit values, to inform decisions around evolving issues in the sports industry.
Applied Problem Solving: Integrate relevant research and professional practice in constructing sports management and leadership strategies to address specific needs across industry sectors.
Information Literacy: Synthesize industry-relevant practice, information, research, and data from a variety of credible, valid, and reliable sources to inform strategic decisions for sports organizations.
Technological Competency: Utilize relevant tools, software, and platforms in constructing original solutions to address operational initiatives within the sports industry.
Communication: Identify the perspectives of diverse stakeholders in composing clear, concise, and compelling verbal, visual, and written communications to convey relevant sports management ideas and solutions.