One-of-a-kind sports product education opportunity
The University of Oregon Master of Science in Sports Product Management offers a one-of-a-kind sports product education opportunity. Fifty students are given the opportunity each year to expedite their personal development and sports product careers.
Applicants should have an undergraduate degree (fields of Engineering, Design, Bio-Mechanics, Human Physiology, and Business are preferred but not required) and at least two years of work experience (sports product-related experience is preferred but not required).
The Sports Product Management Program is passionately committed to research efforts that support innovation and advance learnings in the world of sports products. Click on the link below to learn more about our research efforts.
Portland offers an affordable, central mix of off-campus housing options. Refer to the resources below:
After a completed application is submitted, it will be reviewed. Candidates who present a strong application will be contacted to schedule an interview. Upon completion of an interview, the candidate will be notified of the decision of the admissions committee. Interviews may be completed in-person or via Skype/video conference.
|Round 1 Deadline||November 15, 2016|
|Round 2 Deadline||January 15, 2017|
|Round 3 Deadline||March 15, 2017|
|Round 4 Deadline||April 15, 2017|
|Round 5 Deadline||July 15, 2017|
Tuition for the 18-month program is approximately $75,000.* Cost of housing, insurance, and transportation is not included. For those interested in financial aid, please select the appropriate item from the list below:
Questions? Please contact us.
*Subject to change
The University of Oregon Lundquist College of Business Portland is located in a new, state-of-the-art building in Portland’s Old Town Chinatown. UO is the anchor tenant in a $37 million, six-story structure located on the corner of Northwest First Avenue and Davis Street, across the street from the White Stag Block, which houses other UO academic programs including the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, School of Journalism and Communication, School of Law, Academic Extension, and the Library and Learning Commons.
Classes are within walking distance of the city’s public transit system connecting downtown Portland with all nearby suburbs and the Portland International Airport.