Lindenwood University

Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management

YMCA Softball
Sport Management students learn the
importance of in-game promotions.

The Sport Management undergraduate program is a Bachelor of Arts degree offered through Lindenwood’s School of Business and Entrepreneurship. The degree prepares students for the growing and rapidly changing sports industry. Students in the program receive the traditional business administration core curriculum in addition to sport management courses that provide unique insight into this exciting field.  Click on the link for more information about course requirements and offerings for our undergraduate Sport Management program. Current students can find their year specific Bingo Sheet by accessing any Lindenwood computer with access to PC Common.

Upon completion of this program, Sport Management graduates develop both the necessary business skills and industry knowledge that is advantageous in a highly competitive field. Lindenwood offers many unique partnerships with area organizations and sports teams that provide each student with real world experience. The internship program that each student is required to complete prior to graduation has provided many students with networking contacts that have led to careers quickly after receiving their degree. In addition, qualifying Sport Management majors can receive experience through Lindenwood’s Work and Learn program with Game Day Management positions available each semester. Click here to view requirements for these positions.

Lindenwood’s program is recognized by the North American Society for Sport Management. The program meets the NASSM course standards, and is listed on the NASSM website as a recognized Sport Management Program. In addition to this achievement, Lindenwood’s Sport Management program has developed a reputation in the greater St. Louis area for producing successful young professionals throughout the industry.

Lindenwood Sport Management is well recognized in the sports industry ... 

“The Missouri Valley Conference has been in the St. Louis area since 1985, and we frequently reach out to local universities for help. I can’t say enough good things about the experiences we’ve had with Lindenwood. Graduates are well prepared, and can hit the ground running without a ton of supervision,” said Missouri Valley Conference Associate Commissioner Mike Kern.

To read more recommendations about Lindenwood’s Sport Management program, please click here.

For more information on the Sport Management program, contact department chair Molly Hudgins at (636) 949-4192 or via email at

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