Sport Management is an undergraduate major at Rice University and is much like a business administration degree. After covering the basic business concepts, we relate those concepts and explain their relevancy in the sport industry. These topics include finance, marketing, leadership, management, law, revenue generation, ethics, and public relations.


Three Sport Management Students Will Study Abroad This Spring in London as Part of Global Urban Lab

Three Sport Management Students Will Study Abroad This Spring in London as Part of Global Urban Lab

The Global Urban Lab, which is a part of Rice’s School of Social Sciences GATEWAYprogram, aims to bridge the gaps between our world’s largest cities, by sending students abroad in hopes that they explore these differences and return with a better understanding of our global community.

Andres Diego’17 Spent the Fall 2015 Semester Studying in Brazil

Andres Diego’17 Spent the Fall 2015 Semester Studying in Brazil

Andres Diego ’17 spent the fall semester of 2015 studying in Brazil and plans on continuing his studies abroad during the Spring 2016 semester in London.

Sport Management Students Give Back

Sport Management Students Give Back

This past semester, Rice’s Sport Public Relations class (SMGT 466) developed five unique ways to give back to the Houston community under the guidance of Department Chair and professor Dr. Clark Haptonstall. These projects provided awareness, monetary and volunteer support, and an abundance of smiles to three local charities: The Houston Food Bank, Houston’s Walk MS event, and The Nehemiah Center. Altogether the class helped feed 12,140 people and put in over 200 volunteer hours.

Rice Sport Management Students Excelled at Summer Internships

Rice Sport Management Students Excelled at Summer Internships

Rice University's Department of Sport Management has a unique philosophy for the development of its students. Students majoring in the subject are required to perform at least two internships for academic credit. The approach is far different from the typical classroom curriculum, and the students value the opportunities.