College athletics in the United States is comprised of more than 1,200 schools, conferences, and organizations that collectively invest in the well-being of student-athletes—both on and off the field.
The Graduate Certificate in Collegiate Athletics Administration offers students an opportunity to obtain an in-depth understanding of the largest amateur segment of the sports industry. Through the program’s curriculum, students will be given the opportunity to acquire leadership skills and knowledge in a variety of collegiate athletics topics including sports management, NCAA compliance, fund-raising, academic advising, gender and diversity in sport, and Title IX legislation.
Credits earned in this certificate may be used to satisfy some of the degree requirements Master of Sports Leadership program. For further information see the Seeking More Than One Certificate or Degree page.
Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.
|LDR 6427||Gender and Diversity in Sport||3|
|LDR 6442||Athletic Fund-Raising||3|
|LDR 6455||NCAA Compliance||3|
|LDR 6465||Title IX||3|
|LDR 6470||Bystander Strategies for the Prevention of Gender-Based Violence||3|
|LDR 6615||Academic Advising for Student-Athletes||3|
Program Credit/GPA Requirements
18 total quarter hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required