Esports Management (BS)

Esports Management (BS)

TOTAL CREDITS
120 credits
Major Core Component
54 credits
Liberal Arts & Science Courses
30 credits
Free Elective Component
9 credits
Two Required Internships
6 credits
What can you do with this degree?

Alumni of Medaille’s esport management program can go into careers such as

Shoutcaster/Host
Esports Analyst
Esports Coach
Esports Team Management
Tournament Administration
Content Creator/Reporter
Marketing/PR Executive
Social Media Manager
Recruiter/Scout
After earning a bachelor’s degree in esports management, graduates will be able to Identify and define the functional components, interrelationships and applications of esports, including gaming competitively, online play, virtual reality, internet connectivity, online streaming and culture building. Demonstrate an ability to employ information and analysis specific to esports in regards to opportunities and challenges presented in a global environment. Identify and apply modern information systems to support esports business operations for improved management and organizational performance.
About the Program 

In 2016, 400 million people viewed the League of Legends World Championship, making esports the fastest growing sector in the industry of professional sports. Medaille’s esports management program is perfect for technology-forward, business-minded individuals with a penchant for professional gaming culture. Focusing on administration, media and advertising, you will be immersed in the world of video games, from a peek into game design and introductory courses in programming to the management of professional multiplayer competition.

Major Core Component (54 credits)

MGT 175 Management Concepts and Communications (3)

SPM 220 Sports Leadership and Management (3)

DAT 100 Fundamentals of Computing (3)

ESM 100 Esports Management and Industry Trends (3)

SPM 335 Sport Event Management (3)

MGT 330 Entrepreneurship (3)

ECO 380 Economics of Sport (3)

SPM 340 History and Philosophy of Sport (3)

MIS 240 Management Information Systems (3)

ESM 200 Competitive Gaming: Culture, Performance and Team Development (3)

SPM 325 Legal and Ethical Issues in Sports and Recreation Management (3)

SOC 301 Sports in Society (3)

SPM 201 Dynamics of Youth Sport (3)

ESM 377 Field Experience 1 (3)

SPM 400 Sports Facility Management (3)

PSY 385 Sports Psychology (3)

ESM 300 Introduction to Game Design (3)

ESM 477 Field Experience II (3)

Esports Management (BS) Program Faculty

  • Richard L. Jacob
    Richard L. Jacob, Ph.D.

    Professor, Department of Communication & Sport Studies, Program Director (SPM)

    Office: 91H

    Phone: (716) 880-2131

    Email: RJacob@Medaille.edu

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Medaille College is the place for students who want to change their world and improve the lives of their communities through their careers as leaders, advocates and professionals. Each one of Medaille’s undergraduate programs prepares you for the workplace through hands-on learning experiences in and out of the classroom.

Medaille College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104. (267-284-5000

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