Master of Athletic Administration
How To Apply
In order to be considered for enrollment in one of the graduate programs at Grace, you must fulfill certain admissions requirements. Below is a list of the requirements for the Master of Science in Athletic Administration program.
- A bachelor’s degree
- Undergraduate GPA: minimum 2.75
- Complete the application process
- Be a member of the NIAAA or the CIAAA
We recommend that you apply for admission at least one month before the next entry term. Students applying after the deadline are considered on a space available basis. It is best to apply early!
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Director of Sports Facilities
This course will guide students in utilizing institutional and established legal guidelines to consider all aspects of liability related to athletic performance, and creating and maintaining a strategic plan for managing risk and maintaining safety, equity, and integrity in the context of interscholastic athletic programs.
This course will assist students in understanding athletic finance and budgeting. It will also guide students in the development of an athletic marketing plan.
This course has two main objectives-to review and discuss the various ways to build a cohesive athletic team, and to develop successful strategies to build character within the student-athletes.
This course outlines the policies and procedures in operating and administrating sport medicine and strength training programs. Further, the course will guide the athletic leader through the development of policy and procedural manuals for each area.
This course will guide students in the development of an athletic facility master plan. Further, it assists students in understanding the role the athletic director plays in management of the athletic physical plant.
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Additional Program Details
36 credit hours
The average time that a student takes to complete the degree is two years.
You can transfer accredited graduate courses that are equivalent to Grace College requirements with grades of “B” or better.
Due to the nature of the program, the MSAA program is not eligible for federal financial aid.