Pre-Sport Administration Program
Pre-Sport Administration is an associate degree program that provides the basic curriculum needed for the first two years of a bachelor's degree in Sport Administration. The program is transfer-oriented and is ideal for the student who is considering an upper-level management career but who wishes to pursue the first two years within a small campus atmosphere. The program is designed so students can earn an associate of arts degree and transfer to the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) at the University of Cincinnati Uptown campus.
The Sport Administration curriculum focus is on the business side of the sport industry and was developed to meet the standards of the Sport Management Program Review Council. The Sport Administration program provides graduates with a strong technical foundation and the business skills necessary to successfully enter the field of sport management.
UC Blue Ash College faculty advisers assist students in selecting majors and planning courses of study and with following transfer procedures to other colleges.
Where It Will Take You
There are approximately five million people working in sport-related occupations. Students who complete the associate degree and the baccalaureate degree in Sport Administration are prepared for a variety of administrative positions in professional sports, college athletics and high school athletic administration as well as positions in sports associations. Career opportunities for Sport Administration graduates exist in the management of sport venues and events, the management of health and fitness and recreation facilities and positions with sporting goods firms.
The Sport Administration (Pre) major at UC Blue Ash College is designed to facilitate transfer to a baccalaureate program while allowing the student to begin a college program with smaller class sizes and individual attention from well-qualified faculty. The regional campus is conveniently located and has lower fees for tuition, technology, student life and parking. Learn more about transition-oriented programs.
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