Academics & Admission

Academics

Academics & Admission

The UCCS Sport Management Program has established itself as a Program of Distinction at UCCS and continues to attract highly motivated and achieving students.  One differentiating quality of this program is that it is housed in the AACSB accredited UCCS College of Business and allows students to earn a Business degree with an emphasis in Sport Management.  The result is that students have a solid foundation in business in addition to their experiences and focus in sport - increasing job potential and opportunities.

Students in the UCCS Sport Management program are required to successfully complete 120 credit hours that encompasses general education, general business and specific emphasis curriculum. 

Students looking to pursue the Soccer Management Track will follow the same guidelines as the Sport Management Program.

 

Admission Requirements

As a 'Program of Distinction' candidates must first be admitted to the UCCS College of Business and then be considered by the Sport Management Program.

Freshmen admission requirements:

  • 3.0 high school GPA
  • ACT or SAT scores: Math score of 20 (ACT) / 500 (SAT), English score of 19 (ACT) / 500 (SAT)
  • High school class rank (top 50%)
  • Supplemental application for the Sport Management program

Transfer admission requirements:

  • 3.0 transfer GPA
  • 'C' or better in College Algebra & English Composition
  • Supplemental application for the Sport Management program

 

Admissions Process

  1. Complete the UCCS application and submit all required documents and fees
  2. During this application process, you will be prompted to select a major - choose Sport Management or Soccer Management
  3. Once you have completed the UCCS application you will be redirected to an additional application form that requires completion to be considered for the Sport Management Program and Soccer Management Track
  4. Consideration for admission into the Sport Management Program or Soccer Management Track will be based upon academic performance and specific career pursuits

 

Sport Management Emphasis Courses

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Freshman Year Sport Courses
Sophomore Year Sport Courses
Junior Year Sport Courses
Senior Year Sport Courses
Full Curriculum - PDF