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Study Sport Administration at LCSC

The Sport Administration major prepares students to integrate principles relating to business, kinesiology, and health to the administration and management of athletic programs and organizations, fitness and health clubs, sport recreation services, and related activities.  The program focuses on planning and development; promotion, marketing, and recruitment; management of events, facilities, and personnel; and financial management principles. This major is offered jointly with the Business Division.  Students must have two advisors; one from Movement and Sport Sciences and one from Business.

Our graduates are doing great things! Some have gone on to work in college athletics or professional sport, in the accounting industry, or have chosen to continue their education in graduate school. Learn more about one of our graduates below and the positive impact that attending Lewis-Clark State College had on helping him reach his goals and aspirations.

 

Graduate

             Peter Irvin, Seattle Seahawks Street Team Member

                         Sport Administration graduate, 2017

"As a street team member for the Seattle Seahawks, I have had absolutely amazing experiences so far with game days, training camps, Gatorade campus, and other events with this corporation. None of this would have been possible without the connections, education, and the skills learned at Lewis-Clark State College. My internship with the LC Athletics Department has given me the skills to be prepared for game days with set up/take down and halftime shows at Century Link Stadium. The Movement and Sport Sciences Division at LCSC has prepared me for my current position and this post-college life. It was a very enjoyable experience getting to work with professors who cared for me and my education. I wasn't just another number at LCSC. With the one-on-one attention in the classroom and the hard work put forth by the professors to make sure I succeeded, I could not have chosen a better division and institution to learn from."

Follow these links to learn more about the different degree options in the Business Division and Movement and Sport Sciences Division.  Degree requirements can be found here.