The CHES Sport Management Graduate Program is designed to provide each graduate student a quality education, through an interdisciplinary academic approach, in order for the individual to achieve management knowledge and skills for a wide variety of sport management industry settings (athletics, hospitality and entertainment operation). The Keys to “Success in the Sport Industry” is quality fellowship experiences, advanced level knowledge, and ability to connect the theory to practice. Students have the opportunity to gain critical experience by HES 570 – Fellowship in Sport Management. Below is a listing of recognized fellowship in the sport industry settings within the CHES Sport Management Graduate Program:
Additional fellowship, as approved by Program Director, include: Paul W. Bryant Museum, ESPN, PGA Tour, Tuscaloosa Sports Foundation, LakeShore Foundation, The Collegiate Licensing Company, Talladega Super Speedway, Tuscaloosa County Parks & Recreation Association (PARA), Alabama High School Athletic Association, Alabama Sports Festival, Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, Birmingham Jefferson Civic Center (BJCC), Host Communication, License & Contract Group, Professional Sport Organizations (NFL, NBA, NBL, WNBA), and sport management sites listed in the Street & Smith SportsBusiness Resource Guide & Fact Book and Sports Market Place Directory.