Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration (MAIAA)

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Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration (MAIAA)

The Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration (MAIAA) degree is an on-campus cohort-based program that is the first of its kind. It brings together the academic foundation of Big Ten MBA classes in the College of Business Administration with the national visibility of the respected Nebraska Department of Athletics. Because of its national prominence in both business and athletics, UNL is the ideal location for this truly dynamic and unique learning experience in the field of intercollegiate athletics.

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Career Possibilities within Intercollegiate Athletics

  • Administration
  • Marketing, Sales and Promotions
  • Academic and Student Service
  • Life Skills
  • Athletic Performance/Training
  • Business/Finance/Accounting
  • Ticketing
  • Event Management and Facilities
  • Development/External Relations
  • Equipment
  • Sports Information/Media Relations
  • Video/Broadcasting
  • Compliance
  • Community Relations
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Program Mission

To offer students a distinguished Big Ten graduate business degree and practical Nebraska Department of Athletics internship experience in order to begin a fulfilling career in intercollegiate athletics.

The Master of Arts in Business with a Specialization in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration Program draws heavily from the more widely known MBA program. Graduates of the program will have knowledge of general business issues, an understanding of collegiate and professional sports business concerns and an internship work experience in sports administration with the Nebraska Department of Athletics. The program includes 10 courses in addition to the internship for a total of 36 credit hours.

Applications now being accepted for 2017 admissions

Application Deadline: February 1, 2017

For more information call or email Brandon Urry, Program Coordinator at 402-472-5397 or burry2@unl.edu.

Contact

Urry, Brandon
Program Coordinator for Masters of Arts in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration

Graduate Programs

CBA 125
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
Mailing Address
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Department of Graduate Programs
P.O. Box 880405
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405
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University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Department of Graduate Programs
CBA 125
1240 R Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405