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Graduate Programs

Our faculty and advisory board include experts from MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA, secondary and higher education, the Olympics, recognized sports foundations, and more. With rolling admissions and multiple program entry points, you choose when to start your master’s degree. Or, take up to two courses before fully enrolling.

We are dedicated to our students’ success and help them find exciting internships or job opportunities at places like:

  • secondary schools, colleges, & universities
  • non-profit organizations
  • sport foundations
  • sport fitness & wellness services
  • private sport clubs
  • recreation departments & state parks
  • apparel & merchandise companies
  • sport arenas & facilities
  • sport governing bodies

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Sport Leadership Program (M.S.)

This 39-credit, 100% online program is flexible and designed for working professionals.

Sport Leadership Fifth Year Program (M.S.)

Available to college graduates (both Endicott College and non-Endicott), this accelerated format may be completed in 10 months.

Athletic Training (M.S.)

Endicott’s M.S. in Athletic Training program will allow students to gain practical hands-on experience and develop a strong foundation in the discipline through an intensive educational curriculum.

Exercise Science/Pre-Professional Athletic Training 3+2 (B.S./M.S.)

The School of Sport Science is now enrolling for a new 3+2, accelerated five-year program for students interested in athletic training.
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