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The mission of the Sport Administration and Leadership program is to prepare graduates for leadership responsibilities in the field of sport through a combination of coursework and a vast array of practical real-world experiences. The focus is on the critical analysis of complex problems, and the use of theory and research to identify and solve issues for sport organizations. The program endeavors to advance the mission of Seattle University by educating the whole person and empowering leaders for a just and humane world.
The program is constructed with the following goals.
1. To provide students with the best Master’s level education in the sport management field in the Western United States.
2. To provide service to university, local and national organizations.
3. To produce high-quality research for the sport management field.
1A. Provide a quality and appropriately sequenced curriculum.
2A. Students are provided opportunities to serve the community through service projects
3A. Faculty publish high-quality papers in the top journals in the field
1B. Provide individualized attention through low faculty-to-student ratios
2B. Students are provided opportunities to serve the sport management field through volunteer opportunities.
3B. Faculty present papers at the premier sport conferences in the field annually.
1C. Provide many opportunities for practical experiences with a variety of sport organizations
2C. Students have opportunities to serve the university through volunteer opportunities.
3C. Faculty provide consulting to sport organizations.
1D. Provide an opportunity for students to critically analyze a problem and propose solutions.
2D. Faculty serve the community through volunteering
2E. Faculty serve the field by serving on professional committees and editorial boards
2F. Faculty serve the university by committee work and volunteering.
2G. Faculty provide consulting to local, regional, and national sport organizations.
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