The Master of Science in Sports Administration (MSSA) is a 39-credit program for individuals interested in pursuing careers in the management of sports personnel and facilities. The program capitalizes, builds upon and interfaces with the University's NCAA Division I status. Graduates of this program may assume supervisory or administrative positions in a variety of settings, including public recreation systems, voluntary agencies, facility and event management, community based athletic programs or professional sports organizations.
The JD/MSSA program offers students in the Valparaiso University School of Law a dual law (JD) and Sports Administration (MS) degree program. Together these programs require 114 credits. Law students must meet all the standard admissions requirements for the program.
For more information, visit the Graduate School Web site.
For further assistance contactDr. David Rolling, Ph.D. Director, Sports Management/Sports Administration Email: David.Rolling@valpo.edu