both have manegement teams
Sports management is when people participate in the business side of sports. While sports marketing is also about the business side of sports, it focuses primarily on marketing or promoting a specific team.
Lussier And Kimball has written: 'Sport management' -- subject(s): Management, Sports administration, Sports
Indiana University, possibly University Michigan
Marc McLaughlin has written: 'International sports organisations' -- subject(s): Management, Sports administration
Larry Horine has written: 'Administration of physical education and sport programs' -- subject(s): Management, School sports, Sports administration, Physical education and training
Well if you are doing physical education u should do a corse in sports administration and management because ur in the physical area and sports are probably the thing that calls for you to have the most physical ability
Bob Laventure has written: 'Starting a junior section' -- subject(s): Sports for children, Management, Sports administration
Richard F. Mull has written: 'Recreation facility management' -- subject(s): Management, Recreation centers, Sports facilities 'Recreational sport management' -- subject(s): Management, Recreation, Recreation leadership, Sports administration
Gonzaga's programs are quite different. The Sport Management major is only for a Bachelor in Education. I'm not sure why they'd teach this through the education school, but I guess this would be fitting for aspiring athletic directors? The Sport Administration is actually a major for a Master degree. But that's Gonzaga. As for different schools calling majors different things, I don't think that there is much difference. In my home state, GA Tech offers a "Management" degree with various concentrations. GA State offers a Bachelor of Business "Administration" with separate majors. The terminology of the majors and degrees are different like your "administration" vs. "management," but the course requirements are about 95% the same. So if you need to compare two bachelor programs at two separate schools, you can probably click through their websites and find the course requirements for each and compare them.
Yes, Sport Administration is a field of study that encompasses a broad range of services. Any sanctioned or organized sport needs to be managed. Weather that be promotion/marketing, finances, managment, coaching, etc. Sports administration is just the management of the business of sports. It is very nessecary.
You can work in a fitness center of a gym. You may also become a physical trainer or work with a sports team's administration.