Online Sport Management

Transfer requirements

The Online Bachelor of Science in Sport Management enables students to ethically apply the fundamental concepts of management, marketing, finance and law to sport organizations. The acquisition of knowledge regarding the internal and external factors that influence sport in society allows students to use accepted techniques of discovery and critical thinking to solve problems, evaluate opinions and determine outcomes within the sport management area.  Course work prepares students for a wide range of opportunities in the sport industry, including positions with professional, collegiate and amateur sports.

To be considered for transfer admission, this program requires a 2.0 minimum overall GPA, as well as a 2.2 minimum GPA in the required prerequisites.


  • MAC 1140 (Precalculus Algebra) + MAC 1114 (Trigonometry) OR MAC 1140 (Precalculus Algebra) + STA 2023 (Introduction to Statistics)
  • ECO 2013 (Macroeconomics) OR ECO 2023 (Microeconomics)
  • ACG 2021 (Intro to Financial Accounting)
*Students must complete all these courses with a 2.2 GPA or higher PRIOR to admission to the UF Sport Management program
**ACG2021c Financial Accounting – If transfer students are interested in completing the business minor while at UF, they must confirm with UF’s College of Business that the financial accounting course taken will be accepted as equivalent to UF’s ACG2021c Introduction to Financial Accounting when transferred. For more information about the business minor, please speak with UF’s College of Business

 Application Deadlines:

  • Fall Admission-June 1
  • Spring Admission-November 1
  • Summer Admission-March 1

Additional Information

For information specific to the Online Sport Management program, please contact Owen Beatty,

For general transfer admission information, deadlines and application, please visit the UF Office of Admissions website.

Sample Online Sport Management Lectures

Introduction to Sport Marketing

International Sport Management

International Sport Management – PowerPoint