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Careers in Sports Communication

What can you do after graduation? The better question is: what can't you do? It doesn't matter if your goals involve getting in front of the microphone as a broadcaster or reporter, behind the scenes as a producer or in an office setting with a sports team or agency. Your Bachelor of Science in Sports Communication will open doors across sports media. Check out the options for yourself.

Get a job in journalism or broadcast journalism

As a journalist, you're involved in researching, writing, editing and presenting news to the public through newspapers, magazines, radio, television, etc. You can score a job as a reporter, editor, newscaster, author, copywriter, publisher, technical writer, media interviewer, talkshow host and more.

In the sports world, you can score a job as a team beat reporter, tv or radio anchor or even as a video editor telling the story of a game through highlights. The possibilities are endless. 

Broadcast News Analyst Editor
Producer Reporter
Announcer  

Get a job in public relations (PR)

In public relations, you'll promote and manage an organization or company's public image. That could mean being the on-camera spokesperson for a team on a big free agent signing or putting together an outreach campaign. You'll help spread your company's brand and messaging.

There are a variety of careers in public relations, such as a publicity manager, advertising manager, press agent, lobbyist, media analyst, audience analyst and many more.

Public Relations Manager Public Relations Specialist
Marketing Manager