The Department of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation Management offers the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Kinesiology and Sport Studies with a concentration in Sport Management. This concentration is designed to prepare students in athletic administration, sport management, motorsport management, and advanced graduate studies.
This mostly online Master of Arts program was designed with working professionals in mind, offering the flexibility and convenience of online coursework and a limited number of on-campus meetings. Please contact us for more detailed information about this program.
The following are required for admission into the M.A. in Kinesiology and Sport Sciences graduate program:
A minimum of 33 credit hours is required. Students must complete nine hours of a common core, complete a concentration of 21 hours which must include a second research class, and complete the Culminating Professional Project for three hours. The MPS core consists of the following courses:
All graduate students in the M.A. in Kinesiology and Sport Studies graduate program are required to take the following core courses:
Total Core Hours Required: 9 Credit Hours
Note: In addition to the nine-hour core listed above, requirements for each concentration are listed below. Other program electives may be arranged in consultation with the program coordinator.
Sport Management Concentration Requirements
Total Concentration Hours: 21 Credit Hours
Approved Concentration Electives: 6 Credit Hours
Total Required Coursework: 36 Credit Hours
Source: ETSU 2015 - 2016 Graduate Catalog,
Kinesiology, M.A. Sports Management Concentration
2015-16 ETSU graduate base tuition plus online fees*:
*Tuition cost reflected here includes 2015-2016 base tuition and online fees only and does not include RODP courses and programs. Some courses and programs may have additional fees. More information can be found on the University Tuition and Fee Information and the Incidental Fee Information pages.
Students meeting the requirements for Border County residency qualify for in-state tuition rates.