Top Sports Management Schools You Should Attend for a Brighter Future

Making money in sports may come from a wide range of opportunities and possibilities. Initially, you can train yourself to become the best athlete to compete in the major sports leagues. Sounds easy, but could always use some magic to be attained. Imagine competing with the “made” athletes who are now making more money from their salaries and endorsements. You would also have to take into consideration the other sports stars on training who are just under the wing, waiting to be drafted. But if you believe and know you have the capacity, never give the dream up. With patience comes better chances and choices.

You can also take up classes and be the moneymaker behind the scenes. We may never promise you the easy way in, but there is a list of schools that can help you achieve your goals. If you want to build a more advantageous portfolio, here are some top universities you can attend.

 Farmingdale State College, NY

The university’s BS Sports Management aims to and has helped its graduates learn about the in and outs of the global sports industry, and the complexities and fundamentals of various administrative, marketing and management principles among others. Some of their graduates made their way into the business through their internships with CBS, NBC, and Disney.


 Texas A & M University-College Station

This university offers an undergraduate course, master’s degree, and Ph.D. in Sports Management, and is regarded not only one of the best but also of the most affordable school for this niche in the United States.


University of Minnesota-Crookston

This school can either physically attend the class or go online. The University of Minnesota-Crookston’s course on Sports and Recreation Management can choose their preference on how to attend their classes, based on a job-oriented mode of instruction.

Well, if you are serious about finding a shortcut to a career in the sports business industry, the above colleges should help you out. There’s never really an easier way, though, unless you have some insider backup.

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The Highest-Paid Bachelors Athletes Women Would Always Love to Date

Sports have brought male athletes into the list of the rich and famous, and women find them more attractive than ever before. Being in the spotlight gives these sports personalities celebrities on their right, with bank accounts and paychecks to back their names up.

Score Casting has created a list of bachelor athletes women would love to get their hands onto, especially when they make it to Forbes’ list of highest-paid men in sports. Girls, without further ado, here are the names you should follow. (We’ve deleted the married ones to save you the heartache. You can always thank us later.)

1. Cristiano Ronaldo


If you wanted to take the last name Ronaldo after taking this Portuguese player as your future husband, I’m sorry you can’t. Not because he’s already married but because his full name is in fact, Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro. He is still considered a bachelor, though he has a child of his own. He has a new girlfriend, though and she’s not the first. Who can blame him? His net worth is now at $88 million, and a recently approved lifetime deal with Nike may improve that all.

2. Kevin Durant



Kevin Durant was engaged to Monica Wright of Minnesota Lyn in 2015 but has called the wedding off earlier this year. This fact makes him the second athlete to this list. According to Forbes, his net worth is now at $56 million and is forecasted to grow in the next few years. Aside from his game winnings, aka salary, he also makes a lot of money with endorsements. See NBA 2k17 where KD is first featured wearing his Golden State Warriors jersey.

3. Jordan Spieth

This golfer currently has a net worth of $53 million and is still a bachelor considering he and his long-time girlfriend have no plans of engagement yet. His name may not ring a bell unless you love watching golf tournaments. However, this twenty-three-year-old athlete has a name and talent to be proud of, and may be more prominent in the years to come. More than half of his net worth comes from his endorsements.

These are just three of the athletes with the best net worths and a single marital status.

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How to Get Your Hands Into The Money-Making Sports Business

If you would like to make a profession out of the sports industry, then you would have to aim bigger than reselling sports items for profit. There are more things to earning money out of sports than ever, especially with the improvement of technology and media, and how more fans and non-fanatics get more involved.

Here are some ways on how you can get your hands on sports business and be rich.

1. Take Up Sports Management

If you’re looking for a professional career in this business, then there’s no way to go but to get a diploma in sports management. The Internet has a reliable database of reputable schools you can attend for an undergraduate program. If you would like to master the arts and science of making money out of sports, you can even enroll yourself in graduate degrees.

2. Be An Intern

There’s no better way to put what you’ve learned into practice but by becoming an intern. There are far more things that you can only discover while on-the-job. At the same time more than anything, it builds your portfolio to become an intern for any sports organization or a company. However, you may have to be very cautious. As the ties between various firms and industries are close, make sure that you work hard, smart, and diligently. Internship in the sports industry is crucial and can be make-or-break for your career, so watch out!

3. Attend Conferences

While there could be much information and resources available on how to build your career in this industry, there are some other ways on how you can get yourself the advantage. You may choose to attend conferences and forums about this business, learn a lot, apply it whenever possible, and meet the right connections. You never know, your next employer may be there, too.

These tips are just the basics. When I say, there are more things to learn, I mean it. There are so many things to know about the innards of the business, following the tips above should get you somewhere.

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