Master of Business - Sport Management

Deakin University

Deakin is a leader in sport management education, according to the prestigious Sport Business International (SBI) journal. Deakin's Master of Business (Sport Management) is the only Australian program to make the top 25 in SBI's rankings. This course develops business and leadership skills to effectively manage sport organisations.

Course Fee:

Australian: $56,400
International: $74,000

Entry Requirements:

Bachelor Degree or other qualification in any discipline; or for International applicants successful completion of Masters Qualifying Program (or MQP Extended);or other evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent


The Master of Business (Sport Management) consists of 16 credit points, including 10 credit points of core units and 6 credit points of elective units.

Subjects you can Study:

Sport management

Study Pathways:

Successful completion of the Graduate Certificate of Business (Sport Management) allows articulation into this course with credit for units completed.

Who for:

Those currently employed in, or wishing to enter, the sport management field

Accepts International Students:


Provider CRICOS: 00113B

Related Careers:

Sports Administrator,
Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Burwood No info Yes Online 4 years
Burwood No info Yes Full time 2 years
Burwood No info Yes Part time 4 years

Deakin University has five campuses, one in Melbourne's eastern suburbs, two in the port city of Geelong and one in Warrnambool on the south-west coast of Victoria. Deakin’s fastest growing is the Cloud Campus where over 15,000 students study predominantly online. All students, regardless of their campus or mode of study, benefit from Deakin’s award-winning digital environment. 

Deakin is proud of its inclusive and student-focused culture and its reputation for using innovative digital solutions to provide an engaging and personalised learning experience. Deakin is committed to lifelong learning, providing students with choices about how, when and where learning occurs. 

With 56 000 students it is one of Australia’s largest universities. The university has a large, diverse student body, with many mature age and part-time students, a high proportion of international students and others from regional areas. It engages students from non-traditional student groups through flexible learning modes and comprehensive transition programs, as well as community-based education.

Deakin’s four faculties offer courses across the arts, science, sport, nutrition, architecture, business, law, medicine, optometry, engineering, nursing, allied health, psychology and teaching. The university provides a broad range of double degrees, offering combinations such as nursing with midwifery, health sciences with information systems, and criminology with psychological science.

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