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Top Online Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Sport Business 2019

In order to improve job prospects and learn more specialized information, many students decide to earn an undergraduate degree, such as a Bachelor of Arts. Certain schools allow students to earn a BA on a flexible schedule through online or part-time programs.

Online Bachelor of Arts in Sport Business

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IUBH Fernstudium

The sports industry is booming. The strong demand for fitness offerings and the rapid development in fitness-related markets, such as health and nutrition, play a major r ... [+]

Bachelor of Fitness Economics

The sports industry is booming. The strong demand for fitness offerings and the rapid development in fitness-related markets, such as health and nutrition, play a major role in this. Like most sectors of the economy, the fitness industry is currently heavily influenced by increasing digitization, with companies and employees facing exciting and challenging tasks, such as training in virtual reality.

Are you ready to revolutionize the fitness world? We deliver a balanced program of the latest scientific findings and a wealth of industry know-how in our distance education.

Our bachelor program Fitness Economics prepares you for a future career in this exciting industry with a balanced mix of general business content and expertise in the areas of fitness, marketing, sales, legal and human resources.... [-]

Germany Bad Honnef
July 2019
Full-time
Part-time
36 - 72 months
Online
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Concordia University Chicago - Online Degree Programs

Sports and Recreation Management involves the administration, marketing and promotion, and making financial and human resource decisions in sport and fitness organization ... [+]

Ready. Set. Go! Hit the Ground Running.

Sports and Recreation Management involves the administration, marketing and promotion, and making financial and human resource decisions in sport and fitness organizations. Occupations in this field include collegiate and professional sport administrators including athletic directors, managers, and general managers, sports agents, recreation center directors, youth sport directors, as well as coaches, scouts, and strength and conditioning directors. The field of sports and recreation management encompasses implementation of skills that serve in the event and facility coordination and management as well as managing resources for not-for-profit and for-profit organizations. Sports and recreation management professionals must have an understanding of basic sport law and ethics, finance, accounting, market and management in a sport-specific climate.... [-]

USA River Forest
August 2019
Online
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