Graduate Student Blog

Sport Administration Alum is Madison Square Garden’s Youngest Manager

“I always knew I wanted a career in hockey,” says 25 year-old Justin Casserly, manager of event presentation for the New York Rangers ice hockey team and the youngest manager in Madison Square Garden’s history.

“Everything you see that goes on during a game, from the time the doors open until the final PA announcement is read,… more »

Should My Graduate School/Program Be Accredited?

Are you considering applying to graduate school?

If so, it’s imperative that you choose a college/university that’s accredited by one of six regional accrediting bodies. Depending on the type of program you’re interested in, you should also determine if the program needs to be accredited by a specialized or professional accrediting agency. Learn more below.

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4 Ways Cohort Models Benefit Graduate Students


Definition: The cohort model is based on the collective work of higher education students that progress through an academic program together. Cohorts are believed to benefit students by providing academic and logistical support in order to complete program requirements in a timely fashion — making enrollment in courses automatic or non-competitive.

As opposed to… more »