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Sport Communication

Bachelor of Arts


Your passion for sports can be the gateway into an exciting career in sports. In CSP’s Sport Communication Bachelor of Arts program, you’ll have the opportunity to build a valuable, multi-faceted skill set in communications, public relations, and sports management.


Program Length

43 Credits


On Campus

The program’s main emphasis is ensuring career preparedness no matter the sports-related career path you choose. A well-balanced course schedule in areas such as public speaking, media relations, sports marketing, and promotions will provide you with a solid foundation for success.

Whether your goal is to become a communications specialist for an NFL team, work in collegiate athletics as a sports information director, or become an agent representing pro athletes, this degree will equip you with the necessary tools to accomplish your goals.

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Career Paths

Broadcaster $ 41,750
Event Planner $ 52,560
Public Relations Specialist $ 67,440

Program Details

Earning a Bachelor of Arts in Sport Communication at Concordia means you’ll be equipped with valuable communication skills and given the opportunity to explore many aspects of the sports industry.

Courses within the program span a vast spectrum of communication concentrations. Become a skilled communicator with a well-balanced skill set in journalism, public relations, marketing, and digital media channel management. You’ll learn useful skills such as how to run sports public relations campaigns, manage social media channels, and plan sporting events. In addition, every graduate from the program participates in a relevant internship in fields such as public relations, broadcast media, digital media, and more.

After graduation, your dream career in sports awaits. Our graduates go on to work in sports as digital creatives, public relations specialists, sporting event managers, and even coaches. With such an adaptable degree, you can expect to be qualified for any number of top-tier positions.


CSP graduates are leaders and trailblazers. Meet some of our alumni below and see how they’re shaping the world.

Meet our faculty

Our world-class faculty use their decades of experience to nurture your success from the first day of class all the way to graduation— and beyond.