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Have you always dreamed of working in the sports industry? The Master of Arts degree in Sports Administration at Wayne State University can help make that dream a reality. Located in the heart of one of the country's biggest sports towns, Detroit offers a myriad of opportunities for internships, networking, and career placement.
The MA program in Sports Administration is designed to prepare our students for a career within the broad spectrum of sports programs, agencies, and related organizations. Our students gain knowledge and skills through coursework in four areas of specialization: Interscholastic Athletic Administration, Intercollegiate Athletic Administration, Professional Sports Administration, or Commercial Sports Administration. They also gain practical experience through an internship in the sports industry.
The Master of Arts degree in Sports Administration is flexible in format and is designed to meet the needs of students who choose to take classes on either a full or part time basis. Students may tailor their program of study to meet specific educational and employment objectives, and will work with advisors who will develop a custom Plan of Work for each individual based on their educational background, experience and goals.
To learn more about the Master of Arts degree in Sports Administration at Wayne State University, please contact one of our advisors or complete your application on-line. Admission to this program is contingent upon admission to the Graduate School and the Division.
Housed within the Kinesiology, Health, and Sports Studies division is the Volunteers-Administrators-Coaches: Training Programs
designed to enhance the quality of youth sports activities and provides a community service component for our Sports Administration graduate program.
- Carolyn Shields, dean of Wayne State University’s College of Education, and Southfield Public Schools Superintendent Wanda Cook-Robinson joined Craig Fahle
- Carolyn Shields, Dean of College of Education - In The News at Detroit Free Press, Oakland Press, Observer & Eccentric, 4/11; Detroit News, 4/12
- College of Education student Christine Center selected as student speaker for the May graduation ceremony at Ford Field
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- Rouge Forum 2013
- May 19 2013College of EducationHere is a link to the conference schedule, including descriptions of keynote and featured speakers along with the names, titles and descriptions of breakout sessions: http://rougeforumconference.wordpress.com.The Rouge Forum is an education activist group which has its roots in Detroit and Wayne State University. It brings together academic presentations and panel discussions, performances, community building, and cultural events. This conference will center on such questions as: Overall, what do we need to know and what do we need to do to overcome corporate education reform in our classrooms? In what ways are our classrooms, schools, universities, unions, etc. occupied by capitalism, racism, and inequality? And what do these occupations demand from us pedagogically? What are the obstacles that must be overcome to achieve democratic education? What can we learn from Wisconsin 2011, the Occupy Movement, and the Chicago Teacher’s Strike to make us smarter and stronger in our struggle against corporate education reform? How do we educate to liberate ourselves from the impact of capitalism on our schools? How do we push back against the corporate influence in our classrooms and communities? How do we occupy our classrooms, schools, universities, unions and communities in an effort to create education that is in the public interest and the best interest of our students? For more information, email Greg Queen at firstname.lastname@example.org Feel free to share this email with colleagues and other interested parties.
- 3rd Annual Wayne State University College of Education Conference
- February 5 2014 at 4:30 PMMcGregor Center3rd Annual Wayne State University College of Education Conference on "Understanding the Impact of Poverty on Education: Research Symposium and Educational Dialogue" Wednesday, February 5, 2014 - Friday, February 7, 2014 Wednesday, February 5, 2014 4:30 pm. Reception/Keynote Speaker Thursday, February 6, 2014 8:00 a.m. McGregor Memorial Conference Center Friday, February 7, 2014 8:00 a.m. McGregor Memorial Conference Center This annual conference provides attendees with the opportunity to explore and discuss cutting-edge scholarly research and practices related to "the urbanization of poverty" and its impact on the education of children. It brings together scholars, practioners, and community members with a commitment to improving the education of children living in poverty. For more information please visit: coe.wayne.edu Sponsorship opportunities Full Conference Fee includes Wednesday evening reception, breakfast and lunch on Thursday and breakfast on Friday. Single Day Rate includes Days events. Questions can be directed to Office of the Dean at (313) 577-1620 or via email at education email@example.com Lodging available at The Inn On Ferry Street
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