SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings 2019 | #2 – Ohio University

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Ohio University’s Master of Sports Administration programme balances tradition with innovation

Ohio University’s Master of Sports Administration course has topped these rankings on six occasions and has never finished outside the top two. Now in its 53rdyear, the world’s longest-running sport business postgraduate degree has built its reputation on a remarkable consistency and ability to incorporate new teaching into its traditional ways. Programme director Matt Cacciato and incoming chair of the Sports Administration Department Jim Strode tell Adam Nelson how a collegiate culture and an alumni network dating back over six decades help to keep the school at the top.

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