Sports Media Undergraduate Certificate
Gain experience and expertise in the fields of advertising, communications, journalism, marketing, media and public relations with the Sports Media Undergraduate Certificate in Temple’s Lew Klein College of Media and Communication. This 18-credit undergraduate certificate program is aimed at enhancing the future employment prospects for any student interested in the field of sports media. Through an innovative curriculum, students will develop a greater understanding of the coverage of sport as well as the cultural impact sport has on society.
Students in the Sports Media Certificate will also spend time examining the perspectives of race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, class and demographics as they pertain to sports media and sports media representation. Writing skills and research methodology are areas of focus as well within the rigorous cross-disciplinary curriculum of the Sports Media Certificate program.
Classes & Curriculum
The 18-credit Sports Media Certficate program may be completed in up to two years, with classes taught primarily on Temple’s Main Campus. Classes you are likely to take as part of the program include the following.
- Advanced Sports Reporting
- Beyond the Lines: Producing Sports Journalism
- Communicating Sports Statistics and Data
- The Influence of Sports Media on Modern Society
Related Graduate Degrees
The aim of the Sports Media Certificate program is to produce well-educated and well-rounded students able to step immediately into the competitive sports media job market. Potential career paths for graduates include the following.
- Communications associate
- Coordinator of team relationships and public relations
- Entertainment development and marketing intern
- Production assistant
- Sports anchor/reporter
- Video production assistant