2020 Phoenix Baseball Trip

For the 3rd consecutive year, Sport Management students embarked on a journey. This time around, they explored minor league baseball operations in Phoenix. Students gained valuable information by meeting with ballpark operations, touring major league facilities and even participating with an organization to provide valuable feedback.


Faculty in the Sport Management (SM) Program have worked tirelessly with many individuals at NDSU to bring eSports to campus. We are now proud to say that we have a stand-alone eSports lab in the Student (Memorial) Union that is professionally outfitted.

Thanks to this initiative, 1-credit activity classes are now live to all NDSU students. Also, throughout the prescribed course guide, SM students are presented with multiple opportunities to engage with the brand-new equipment and can further educate themselves on the intricacies of the eSport context.

Join us and learn to be an influential leader within the eSport industry!

2019 Sport Management NFL Draft Trip

Sport Management students excitedly volunteered in Nashville, TN for 3 days. Students interacted with fans, played on the NFL Play 60 field, turned a young ‘Bama fan into a Bison for the day, and were interviewed on the local Nashville news station.

2018 Sport Management NFL Draft Trip

Minnesota Twins Career Fair Expo

The NDSU Sport Management professional standing students attended the Minnesota Twins Career Expo on September 12th.  Students attended the fair as well as received a two hour tour of Target Field and attended the Twins vs. Padres game.

Sport Management Twin Cities Trip

Professional students from the Sport Management program made a trip to the Twin Cities to learn more about the sport management industry.  They had the honor of visiting with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Vikings and the National Sport Center.  Each opportunity provided valuable knowledge for the students.  To cap off the trip, students attended the Timberwolves vs. Cavaliers NBA basketball game and were lucky enough to take a mid-court picture.

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