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Master of Science in Athletics Administration / Dual Concentration

Program Details

The fully online Master of Science (M.S.) in Athletics Administration: Double High School/College Athletics Administration concentration from Concordia University, Nebraska is designed for high school teachers, coaches, college managers, graduate assistants, and others who want the advanced financial, fundraising, and regulatory knowledge to guide a high school or university athletics department to success. This program focuses on maintaining institutional integrity by unifying student-athletes, parents, boosters, administrators, and others behind shared goals. Candidates can choose one of two progressions: Our accelerated progression means students take both concentration tracks concurrently (two courses at a time, totaling 6 credits per eight-week online session) in order to complete the full degree in the standard 20 months; Our decelerated progression allows students to take both concentration tracks consecutively (one course at a time, totaling 3 credits per eight-week online session). This decelerated option extends degree-completion time to 28 months. We also offer single High School Athletics Administration or College Athletics Administration concentrations, fully online. Our curriculum provides candidates with the coursework necessary to sit for the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association’s Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA) examination. As an accredited, faith-based nonprofit institution, Concordia University, Nebraska has been developing ethical leaders for more than 100 years. Our dedicated instructors have extensive coaching and athletic administration experience, and are focused on your success. Our online learning system and cohort-based approach allows you to complete assignments and interact with instructors and classmates around your schedule. 


  • Essay
  • Resume
  • Official Transcripts
  • A bachelors degree is required

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission