The Commission on Sport Management Accreditation is a specialized accrediting body whose purpose is to promote and recognize excellence in sport management education worldwide in colleges and universities at the baccalaureate, master's and doctoral levels through specialized accreditation.
Programs, students, employers, and the general public all benefit from the external verification of quality provided through COSMA's accreditation process. They also benefit from the process of continuous quality improvement that is encouraged by COSMA's developmental approach to promoting excellence in sport management education.
CONGRATULATE THE 2020 CHI SIGMA MU (CSM) STUDENT HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES!
#COSMA2020: Baton Rouge! Theme: Equity, Diversity and Learning Assessment.
Dates: February 6-7, 2020. Multi-facility tour!
Very Late Bird Registration
Sponsored by, Knowledge Matters: "Knowledge Matters is the leading provider for collegiate digital, immersive simulations for teaching Sports Management, Marketing, and Hospitality."
Chi Sigma Mu inductees receive complimentary registration!
Program Schedule - check it out!
Welcome Lynn University - new program member!
Welcome Interim Student Director: Jessica Murfree! Who are your Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors?
Congratulations to newly-accredited programs:
SUNY Canton - first time accreditation
University of Louisville - Reaffirmation of Accreditation
University of Southern Indiana - added Master's degree accreditation
What is the VALUE of COSMA accreditation? How about being ranked a top bachelor's degree program because, "We opted only to include schools that held COSMA accreditation, an indicator of a quality sport management program."
Want to host a future COSMA Conference? Complete the online application form
New resource: Sport Management Case Study Repository
Next deadline for Candidacy Status applications: March 15, 2020 (deadlines occur every two months)
COSMA Recognized by CHEA (Council on Higher Education Accreditation). See our scope of accreditation statement.
Need help talking about accreditation? See CHEA's "Talking Points: The Future Face of Accreditation - Serving the Public Interest."
A Board Member's Guide to Accreditation (CHEA, 2016)