Sport Management

Undergraduate Minor: Sport and Computer Game Design (18 credits)

The video game industry is expected to grow to $70 billion by 2015. A large chunk of that industry is sports related, with companies like EA Sports, Microsoft, Nintendo, and independent developers producing and marketing some of the most popular games around.

George Mason University students can pursue a minor in "Sport and Computer Game Design." The minor provides a combined, introductory look at both the sports and computer game industries. It’s the first major or minor of its kind, and brings together expert faculty from two of Mason’s highly regarded programs. Register for classes or talk to an advisor to learn how you can distinguish yourself with this exciting, new, and interdisciplinary course of study!

Required Courses (6 credits)

Electives (12 credits)

Choose four courses (must be at least one in each discipline)
from the following: