Sport Management

When it Comes to Sport Management, We Mean Business


Launch your career in the exciting and rapidly growing sporting industry, in a location that gives you unparalleled access to professional sports organizations. Colorado Springs offers the U.S. Olympic Committee, local and state-wide professional sports, as well as world-class skiing, mountain biking, climbing, hiking and other opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. 

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The Nation's Leading City for Sport

Colorado Springs is home of the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee Headquarters, more than 25 USA national governing bodies, over 50 National Sport Organizations, the Olympic Training Center and has been coined, “Olympic City USA.” When it comes to a career in sport, there is no city better suited for sport management professionals.


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Real-World Experience

Exceptional hands-on internship opportunities connect you with industry leaders to propel you in the field of your choice. The UCCS Sport Management program builds experiential learning into the curriculum, ensuring you are fully immersed into the sports industry upon graduation.

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Engaging Classrooms

Receive personalized guidance from nationally and internationally recognized faculty and from top-level executives from local sport organizations. Our class sizes are capped at 43 students, meaning you will not get lost in a sea of students.

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We Mean Business

Our program ensures a standard of quality that is expected in today's increasingly competitive marketplace. The UCCS College of Business has been accredited by AACSB since 1989, ranking us among the top five percent of business schools worldwide.

Lauren Urbanski
UCCS College of Business Sport Management Graduate

"For my industry, I don't think there's a better place than UCCS.

Not only did I find more one-on-one relationships with professors, I had the presence of the U.S. Olympic Committee, the Olympic Training Center and the professional teams in Denver.

I knew the opportunities for internships would be really good.”