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Sport Management Program

openmindedopenminded Posts: 3Registered User New Member
edited June 2009 in Texas Tech University
I just wanted to know information about Texas Tech Sport Management Graduate progam. How hard or difficult is the Sport Management Program at Texas Tech?

My other question is:
If any Texas Tech students can give me any honest opinion about the school and Lubbock?
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Replies to: Sport Management Program

  • VectorWegaVectorWega Posts: 1,872Registered User Senior Member
    I loved the school. I'm from West Texas originally and didn't think that highly of Lubbock. However, the school and the students made my experience there great.

    As for the program, I know nothing about it. I am not a big believer in Sports Management programs period. It seems like networking/connections are the most important thing when trying to land a sports mgt job. Perhaps the program will help you with that (or perhaps you already have connections). That, I can't answer.
  • kbfunkymonkeykbfunkymonkey Posts: 366Registered User Member
    Texas Tech is great. Nice people, good school, fun times, awesome experience. Lubbock isnt great but its better than outsiders make it out to be. Texas Tech pretty much makes Lubbock...and it gets a little better every year.
  • HighlandMomHighlandMom Posts: 1,009Registered User Senior Member
    My h has a coworker whose d graduated in sports mgmt, she's now an event planner in Houston. Oh and her parents are now season ticket holders at Tech :) She went there because of the 10% rule for UT.
  • openmindedopenminded Posts: 3Registered User New Member
    Thanks for the information!!!!
  • whiteoverbluewhiteoverblue Posts: 28Registered User New Member
    I can't imagine why anyone would want to major in sports management while we're in a recession.
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