SBJ In-Depth: Education Issue/Sports ManagementPublished July 9, 2012
With so many sports management programs being offered throughout the nation, how are individual schools distinguishing themselves in how they teach and prepare their students? SportsBusiness Journal will go into the classroom and look at the skills being taught and how coursework is being adapted to the changing needs of the sports marketplace. Which graduates are in the most demand and how are programs building deeper ties to the industry?
Publishing Date: Aug. 13 Ad Close: July 30 Materials Close: Aug. 1. For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at 212-500-0711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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