Sport & Fitness Administration
Sport and Fitness Administration is a branch of health sciences that combines the study of the human body with foundational business concepts. Graduates provide clients with health and fitness assessments, skill training, recommendations for community health and welfare, and have the ability to create, conduct, and assess sport and fitness programming. Sport and Fitness Administrators are frequently employed in secondary school, college, or professional sports, out-patient wellness facilities, community and commercial fitness and recreation, equipment sales, and coaching. Students who also complete BUSA 2140 (Legal Environment for Business) will have completed the prerequisites to enter Piedmont’s Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program. Others may wish to complete an MS in Health and Human Performance or continue advanced studies in sports administration, coaching, and public health. (View Rack Card)
The Bachelor of Science in Sport and Fitness Administration degree may be completed in four academic years for students entering at the freshman level. This program is offered on the Demorest campus only.
Piedmont College’s R.H. Daniel School of Nursing and Health Sciences professors are dedicated to providing an outstanding and personalized program of study that prepares you to enter the professional workforce.