Online Information Session: M.S. in Sports Management
Learn more about the only sports management graduate program in the Ivy League. The Master of Science in Sports Management features a leading-edge, market-influenced curriculum along with unparalleled access to sports industry leaders and experts. The program takes advantage of Columbia’s New York City setting by providing extensive industry networking, internship, and employment opportunities across a wide variety of sports. Program formats include:
- Master of Science (Full-Time | On-Campus)
- Master of Science (Part-Time | On-Campus)
Hear why the Columbia University Sports Management Program is:
In A League of Our Own
Your Columbia. Your City. Your Faculty. Your Curriculum
Earn a degree from one of the top universities in the world.
Expand your network through direct access to industry events, gatherings, panels, and speakers, drawing on the abundant resources of our faculty, Columbia University, and New York City – The center of the Sports Universe.
Learn from successful industry practitioners and leaders in all areas of the sports industry.
Acquire practical, leading-edge, market-influenced strategies and skills through a best-in-class curriculum in areas including digital sports media, sports analytics, business intelligence, sports entrepreneurship and innovation, global sports management, sports marketing, finance, sponsorship sales and activation, negotiations, facility and event management, sports law and ethics, and intercollegiate athletics.
Register today to join us online for this information session. Ample time will be provided to get your questions answered live with our admissions team.
I sought out the opportunity to attend a Sports Management program that would help me pivot into the industry. The fact that Columbia is in the mecca of sports is a bonus. The program has allowed me to learn from professors and practitioners with years of industry experience. My favorite part of the program is the sense of community. Whether it is the employer information sessions, guest speakers, or student-led groups the amount of access to opportunity is second to none."Layden Williams, M.S. in Sports Management