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Sport Management students visit Broncos Stadium at Mile High.

Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management

The BA in Sport Management at MSU Denver focuses on the business and operations of sports. Our dynamic, applied, and career-focused education emphasizes the unique business skills and knowledge required for success in the sport industry.  The COSMA accredited curriculum develops graduates who are prepared to enter this competitive field. 

Facilities and Resources

MSU Denver is adjacent to the Pepsi Center, hom eof the NBA Denver Nuggets and NHL Colorado Avalanche.  You'll be within walking distance of Coors Field, home of the MLB Colorado Rockies, and Sports Authority Field at Mile High, home of the Denver Broncos. The close proximity to professional sports venues, as well as the presence of several large NCAA Division I and II schools along the front range, provide you with crucial networking and career-building opportunity.


The Sport Management degree program at Metropolitan State University of Denver has received specialized accreditation through the The Commission on Sport Management Accreditation located in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.  The Sport Management program in the following degrees are accredited by COSMA:

  • Bachelor of Arts in Sport Management

MSU Denver’s Sport Management program is the only program in Colorado, and one of only 32 Bachelors programs in the United States to achieve this accreditation.  The accreditation is valid for seven years (2017-2024). 

COSMA is a specialized accrediting body whose purpose is to promote and recognize excellence in sport management education worldwide. Programs, students, employers, and the general public all benefit from the external verification of quality provided through COSMA's accreditation process. They also benefit from the process of continuous quality improvement that is encouraged by COSMA's developmental approach to promoting excellence in sport management education.

COSMA Annual Report 2018



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