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Are You Ready To...

  • Practice negotiating contracts
  • Learn how to create a budget
  • Study the theories behind fitness routines
  • Memorize the parts of the body
  • Learn how to promote sports teams and fitness centers
  • Study the legal questions surrounding athletic organizations

It Helps To Be...

Interested in playing sports and attending athletic events. It also helps to be a fan of math and logic puzzles, and have an interest in the human body.

Work Environment

The work environment for someone who is a sociology major will vary, depending on the job - but most careers will involve sitting at a desk, routinely dealing with people, and sometimes long and stressful hours. Most work full-time, and some work on the weekends and holidays, depending on their career field of choice.

  

Employment Websites

http://www.theasa.net/caucus_sports_studies/

What Can I Do with A Degree in Sports Studies?

If you major in sports studies, you’ll look at sports and other physical activity through the lens of history, psychology, and sociology. In addition to studying sports history, you’ll look at the role of sport in American society. Topics include issues of gender, race, and ethnicity.

Related Careers

Click the job titles below for further information

Adult Educators

Advertising, Marketing, and Public Relations Managers

Coaches and Scouts

Physical Therapists

Recreation and Fitness Worker

 

Campus Contacts

 

 Dr. Bob Epling
Associate Professor of Physical Education and Sport Studies
Price School of Education
770.720.5615
rte@reinhardt.edu

  

 

 

 

Career FairFor more information

Peggy Collins Feehery
Director of Career and Professional Development Services
Hasty Student Life Center, Room 301
Office: (770) 720-5548
Fax: (770) 720-9105
career-services@reinhardt.edu

Career Services Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Office of Career Services recognizes the need for confidentiality so an individual feels free to explore concerns, formulate plans, make decisions and initiate appropriate actions. All concerns expressed to the Career Consultant shall remain confidential.