The United States Sports Academy
was founded in 1972 by Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich, the current President and Chief Executive Officer, in direct response to the ever increasing needs and demands in sport and society in America. From the beginning, the Academy’s general mission has been to serve the nation and the world as a sport education resource, upgrading sport through programs of instruction, research and service.
Work in the $400 billion sports industry is among the careers most appealing to today’s student. Those already in the industry know: Studying online with the United States Sports Academy can advance a career in sports. Whether you need a degree, continuing education, or a course or two, the United States Sports Academy has a wealth of sports courses to enroll in. With rolling registration, you can begin at your convenience. That’s just one reason 96% of Academy graduates say they’d recommend us to friends and colleagues.
We are the largest sports university in the world, and our outstanding faculty present relevant curricula in sports management, sports medicine, and coaching. Because they have academic backgrounds and professional experience in sports, they connect with what you want to achieve.
The United States Sports Academy awards the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree. Especially in the master’s programs, learning in the field complements study in courses. Internships (in your local area, unless you choose otherwise) help build the professional networks that lead to satisfying employment. Alumni of the United States Sports Academy make up another network, one of sports’ most extensive. Many reports indicate, the number of graduates who get to work in the career studied is approximately 20%. But more than 75% of Academy graduates work in sports.