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    Business Administration/Sport Management 

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Business Administration/Sport Management majors tailor their education and gain market advantage with minors or concentrations.

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Community partnerships and internships provide real-world application and hands-on learning experience.

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Alumni are well placed and respected in their fields, providing students with a network of contacts for internships and employment.

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Six months after graduation, most Aquinas Business Administration/Sport Management graduates have employment in the field or are enrolled in graduate school.

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Student organizations provide community engagement, professional development and philanthropic activities.

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Business Administration/Sport Management majors and student clubs raise $1,500+ each year for Grand Rapids area sport related charities.

  • 85%
    Percentage of Business Administration/Sport Management majors either employed in their field or in graduate schools within 6 months of graduation
  • 100%
    of majors do 1-3 internships before graduation
The professors, the local sports executives and the alumni network within AQ fully prepare you to handle all that is expected of you when getting into this industry.
Sam Connell '13, Sport Management

Graduate: Anthony Lamerato

Anthony Lamerato graduated from Aquinas college in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and sports management. He was recently honored with on a spot in DBusiness magazine’s Detroit 30 under 30 list. This list honors the most successful and cutting edge executives in the Metro Detroit area. He currently works as the director of sales for the WXYZ channel 7 and WMYD channel 20 overseeing all sales of TV advertising. He and his team sell to many major business clients such as Chrysler, Ford and Sam Bernstein Law Firm. In an interview, Lamerato enthusiastically stated “you name it we sell it.” Lamerato is a perfect example of someone who values higher education and is able to use what he learned in college and through working to propel his career and make a difference in the business world. >Read More