Programs

Master of Arts in Sport Management

Offered at the Orange County campus since 1999, the USF Sport Management program has has an identical curriculum to the program offered at the Hilltop Campus. All core courses are taught by the same full-time faculty, and local industry professionals teach electives that allow students to specialize and gain the necessary depth within their chosen area of expertise.

  • Offered each year in the Summer semester (July start)
  • One evening per week for 23 months
  • Hands-on training from faculty and guest speakers experienced across the industry
  • Over 1,000 hours of internship experience with teams, universities, and agencies
  • A network of 2,000 alumni who are both leaders in the industry and mentors to you
  • A diverse community of classmates and future colleagues who share your passion for sports

Learn More About the MA in Sport Management

Gunnar J. Helman, ‘18 Sport ManagementWhen my undergraduate studies were coming to a close, I wasn’t sure what career path I wanted to take. The USF Sport Management Master’s program has provided me with an immediate professional network, specific path towards success, along with the necessary tools to aid my journey towards my career in the sports industry."

Gunnar J. Helman MA ‘18


Master of Science in Nursing Non-Nurse (ME-MSN)

Created specifically for students who hold bachelor’s degrees in areas of study outside of nursing, the Master of Science in Nursing Non-Nurse program paves the way to a new career as a registered nurse.

  • Offered each Spring (January start) and Fall (August start)
  • Clinical sites include: St. Joseph Hospital, Orange; St. Francis Medical Center, Lynwood; St. Jude Medical Center, Fullerton; Children’s Hospital Los Angeles; UCI, Irvine; Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital, Long Beach

Learn More About the MSN for Non-Nurses

Monica SchurleI chose USF because of the CNL (Clinical Nurse Leader) program, which is rated as one of the top in the country, offering a public health nurse certificate and delivering a high-quality nursing education. I decided to attend the Orange County Campus because I live in Southern California, and it is more convenient to commute than to move entirely up north and pay additional fees for housing and utilities."

Monica Schurle MSN ’17

Contact Info

Orange County Campus

St. Joseph Center
480 South Batavia St.
Orange, CA 92868

Administrative Office Hours
Mon/Thur: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Tue/Wed: 9 a.m.–6:45 p.m.
Fri: 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
(714) 633-5626