Sports Industry Management and Leadership

The Department of Exercise Science & Sport at Millikin University prepares professionals to provide leadership for fitness and sport activities, manage in the sport industry,  provide care for athletes, and teach physical education in a school setting.

Our majors allow graduates to receive the education they need to become certified and/or licensed in diverse fields. Here are our majors and a few examples for how they apply to careers.

  • Physical Education: Plan and teach developmentally appropriate PE curriculum to K-12 students, Endorsements in Safety and Driver Education, or Health are also available.
  • Athletic Training: Assess and manage care of athletes.
  • Health, Fitness & Recreation: Be a fitness trainer, sport programs coordinator or recreation program director.
  • Sport Management: Lead the administration of a sports business or sport organization.
  • Nutrition Minor: Prepare yourself for a career in health and human services or health education and health promotion.

ESS News
Millikin January Immersion
Academic | College of Professional Studies | Exercise Science & Sport
Winter Immersion course covers dietary approach
January 9, 2017, 12:45pm
January Immersion courses at Millikin University provide opportunities for students to get ahead on credits and raise their GPA. A wide range of courses are offered each January with a...
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Tim McElroy
Academic | Athletics | College of Professional Studies
Millikin Wire: Tim McElroy
January 6, 2017, 2:15pm
Tim McElroy, a senior physical education major from Mt. Zion, Ill., is a member of the Millikin University Cross Country-Track and Field team and a Long-Vanderburg (LV) Scholar. For the...
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John Storsved
Academic | College of Professional Studies | Exercise Science & Sport
Dr. John Storsved named Chair of Department of Exercise Science and Sport
August 23, 2016, 1:30pm
Millikin University has named Dr. John Storsved the new chair of the Department of Exercise Science and Sport (ESS) and director of the Athletic Training program. An associate professor...
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