The Sport Management degree at the University of Georgia provides students with the interdisciplinary knowledge, professional application, critical thinking, problem-solving, and leadership skills necessary to effectively manage sport and exercise programs.
Students who intend to pursue graduate studies in the social sciences, law, or business are encouraged to pursue research in the department. Other employment opportunities are available in government, business, or other areas that utilize written and oral communication skills.
Employment opportunities are available in a wide variety of human service programs such as hospital social services, juvenile corrections, programs for the elderly, mental health and disability services, case management, referral agencies, and child protective services. Additional professional degrees will permit entry into the fields of counseling and professional practice.
In addition to core German language courses, students receive guidance from a faculty mentor to devise a curriculum geared towards specific career goals and intellectual interests. The department is comprised of specialists in the major areas of German Studies who integrate language teaching with German literature, linguistics, film, history, philosophy, and culture studies as well as important aspects of contemporary German society, business, and politics. Students acquire critical tools to undertake independent inquiries into the field of German, form their own questions about cultural specificity and difference, and are highly encouraged to study abroad.
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Eligible students obtain a broad background of practical business knowledge to support careers as managers or entrepreneurs. The curriculum spans the core business fields, including accounting, finance, information systems, marketing and management. Students also complete courses in economics, real estate, risk management, and business law.
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Career opportunities upon graduation are varied, with approximately half (47%) of Environmental Scientists employed in state and local governments. Jobs include but are not limited to environmental consulting firms, environmental research laboratories, environmental horticulture production, and management positions.
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Graduates become educators in a variety of fields including schools, government entities, industry, or community based non-profits. Employment is also available as extension agents to businesses to market food and food preparation equipment, consult on home or clothing design, and advise on family resource management or child development. Colleges and universities employ students with advanced degrees.