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  1. Sport Business Management Master of Science in Sport Business Management

  2. Sport Business Management • The only sport related graduatedegree offered in area • (36 credits – 11 courses plus an Internship*) • Ancillary Events/Services andNetworking Opportunities • Faculty and Advisory Board • Custom Tailored Internships

  3. SPORT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT OFFERINGS • Career Fair (November 16, 2007) • Information sessions with sports industry executives to discuss their career paths… “networking” faculty, board, fellow students • Established many affiliations, numerous internship opportunities and a growing network • Internships with a dedicated internship coordinator • Online course availability • Adjunct Professors are working in the industry • Summer session courses (two 5-week sessions) • Tremendous guest speakers from senior level executives • Classes held at various sports venues • The Center of Ethics in Sport at Manhattanville and the Sports Business Institute installed here • Location gives us numerous opportunities • Terrific Advisory Board assembled (list to follow)

  4. Why Choose Manhattanville for graduate study? • Convenient Class Schedule • Practical Learning • Professional Instructors • Networking Opportunities* • No GMAT/GREs • Tuition deferment for company paid tuition • Personal service

  5. *Networking Advisory Board • Dr. Annie Clement, Professor, Consultant, Author Sports Management • Dr. Rhonda Clements, Ed.D. Program Director of the MAT in Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, Manhattanville College • Albie Collins, Retired Executive/Tennis Coach and Ivy league tennis legend • Robert A. Correa, SR VP Programming CBS Sports • Rich Ensor, esq. Commissioner MAAC • Joe Favorito, VP, Communications IFL • Todd Gershwin, COO Worldwide Marketing and Media Group • Kevin Hallinan, SVP Major League Baseball • Shaun May, Director of PR Major League Lacrosse • Tom McGovern, U.S. Director of Sports Media--OMD • Jim Millman, Executive Director USA Boxing (former CEO of Millsport) • Bernie Kish, Ph. D. Director of Facilities/Lecturer University of Kansas-School of Education Department of Health, Sport and Exercise Science • Mark Piazza, SVP Sports Team Operations, MSG • Michael Tusiani, VP of Corporate Sales & Sponsorships, NY Yankees • Rick Walls, Executive Director, Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum • Mark Jeffers, Sr. Vice President Giles Communications

  6. *Faculty • Mark Jeffers, VP Sports Marketing—Giles Communications • Walter Recher, President Small Ball Marketing and Signature Events • John Vorperian, Asst. County Attorney and Professor • Heather Kerner, Group Director—Octagon • Noah Kolodny, Senior Researcher, Octagon • Marty Rotberg, Vice President Velocity Sports & Entertainment • Marc Edelman, Esq. Sports Law Professor/Dewey Ballentine • Matthew DeSantis, Esq. Sports Consultant • Tobey-Ann Saracino, Events Director Velocity Sports & Entertainment • Tammi Ketler, CEO TMK Sports and Entertainment • Dr. Ann Polya, CEO and Executive Coach, The Polya Group • Patti Vreeland, Director Corporate IT—USI • William Stopper, Retired IBM Executive • Jim Millman, Exec. Director/USA Boxing--Former CEO Millsport • Pat Lyons, MBA Director of Athletics, Iona College • Arte Berke, former VP, Sports Illustrated and current COO Yogi Berra Museum • Vince Gennaro, Baseball consultant/author--Former Division President PepsiCo

  7. QUOTABLE Crain’s New York Business “The industry is getting more complex and professional every year, so anytime we can get more highly trained sports management graduates the better,” says Dennis Robinson, senior vice president of business and league operations at the NBA which employs about 1,000 people.”

  8. QUOTABLE Crain’s New York Business “Nancy Gill the NFL’s senior vice president of human resources, says she will favor students with academics and experience focused on the business of sports. That will put sports business graduates of the New York schools in a good position.”

  9. KEY CONTACTS: Dave TorromeoDirector, Nikhil KumarAssistant Director, Admissions914-323-5419kumarn@mville.eduWalter RecherProfessor/Internship Coordinator(845)

  10. SBM Mission Statement The mission of the Manhattanville College Sport Business Management program is to promote and develop the qualities of leadership, sportsmanship, competitive zeal and the drive for academic and professional excellence in an ethical manner. We will provide individuals with the necessary knowledge and business skills to assume a leadership role in sports management, a thorough foundation in sport and business while allowing flexibility for students to explore a wide variety of opportunities within the field. We will assist students in preparing for middle and upper level positions within a variety of markets, including but not limited to: professional sport, intercollegiate athletics, and amateur and youth athletic organizations.

  11. FALL SCHEDULE SPORT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MondayMSBM 5014 The Business of Baseball 4:20-6:50(Gennaro) MSBM 5004Sport Marketing 7:00-9:30 (Rotberg)TuesdayMSBM 5006 Leading Sport Organizations 4:20-6:50 (Lyons)MSBM 5001Dynamics of the Sport Business World 7:00-9:30 (Vorperian) WednesdayMSBM 5007 Facility and Event Management 4:20-6:50 (Recher)MSBM 5017 Sport Communications 7:00-9:30pm (Berke) Core courses in bold