I just finished my bachelor in sports science and am trying to decide on my masters. now I am torn between going for a general management degree (for non business graduates) or to do a masters in sports management.
my goal is to work in the sports industry in future, but is it necassary to do sports management for that, or am I even better of with a general management degree?
also I am not sure how good the prospects are in the sports field, so getting a general degree might be a way to keep more options open in case that doesnt work out...
so far i have offers in general management (york, aston, loughborough, southampton, exeter) and in sports management (ucd, ireland).
if anyone has some feedback, ideas etc. I would be grateful for anything. especially if theres others in a similar situation.
thanks for replies!
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SPORTS management or GENERAL management??? watch
- Thread Starter
- 05-04-2011 17:38
- 05-04-2011 17:44
I think general management will suffice especially when you have sports science as an undergrad degree.