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Check colleges or universities. They usually have the info. If not, have you tried asking friends who have degrees in sports management? I'm sure it will help you.
The University of Texas, Texas Tech University, and Texas A and M University all offer degrees in sports management.
There are degrees in sports management, sports psychology, and athletic training degrees.
None of them
As a matter of fact there are Sports Management programs in colleges and universities. You can contact your local colleges and ask for such program. Some states offering such program are Ohio, Florida and Massachusetts.
I think St. Marys and Pepperdine do
There are colleges and universities that offer degrees in Sports Management. This would be a good possibility for you. You should check with your home county community college, as well as other four year colleges and universities within your geographical location.
There are websites that help people find the right school for sports management degrees. The best places to find these are ones like www.sportsmanagementdegrees.com
Sports management classes may touch upon sports psychology but that is not their main focus. There are separate counseling and psychology degrees which specifically deal with sports psychology and counseling.
There are a few colleges that have sports. All colleges have some kind of sports.