B.P.S. in Sports Communication
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The Sports Communication majors will prepare students to enter and succeed in an evolving industry, combining specific, professional skills with a broad view of the entire industry.
ChooseWhy Choose This Program?
Why Study Sports Communications at Goucher?
The Sports Communication major at Goucher gives students an adaptable education that keeps up with the changing industry. Students will work to understand the various skills needed to excel within the wide-ranging field of athletic entertainment via various communication methods.
LearnWhat Will You Learn?
What Will You Learn?
The Sports Communication major is focused on the many areas of the field, as well as the professional skills needed to elevate into a management position, giving you both broad and specific skills you need to succeed.
DoWhat Will You Do?
What Will You Do?
Graduates will be qualified to work in the various sectors of the communication field as it pertains to athletics as they will be equipped with both content based skills and professional management skills that are beneficial to potential employers. Career paths include writer, editor, analyst, scout, recruiter, and more.
POSITIONS IN THE SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS FIELD
From digital and streaming sports to esports, the entire sports industry is changing and growing, creating more opportunities for professional communicators to be engaged in the field.
Students who earn a bachelor’s degree in Sports Communication have many entry level career paths available to them at the federal, state, local levels and the private sector, including jobs in public relations, sports media, athlete management, fan communications, social media, analyst, coaching, recruiting, writing, and more.