• The Challenges of Pursuing a Sports Marketing Degree: Tips for Success

    If you want to work for a professional or semi-professional sports team putting together advertising, planning events, and more, then a degree in sports marketing is your best option. These degrees, also listed under the category of sports management because they teach those skills as well, can help you get your dream job at a stadium. Read on to learn more.

  • Dean Students Consult on Marketing Projects for Kraft Sports + Entertainment

    Dean’s exclusive academic partnership with Kraft Sports + Entertainment (KSE) has been going strong for over 14 years and counting. But this past semester, we took things to the next level: offering the first co-taught class with KSE, where students had the opportunity to work as consultants for KSE on three real-world projects throughout the semester. Read on to learn more about the Special Topics in Sport Management class.

  • Sports Reporting vs. Sports Broadcasting: What's the Difference?

    Want a career in sports, without having to step on the field in a player’s uniform? If so, then you’re probably considering going into either sports reporting or sports broadcasting. What are the differences? How do you know which one is right for you? Read on to learn more.

  • 6 Reasons You Should Consider Staying in Massachusetts for College

    Many high schoolers think that traveling out of state for school is the best option. They see it as expanding their horizons and getting to be an adult on their own terms. While both of those things are true, there are many reasons for staying in the great state of Massachusetts as well. Read on to learn more.

  • 5 Advantages of a Sports Marketing Degree

    Do you enjoy sports to the point that you want to shape what a professional team does off of the field and have an effect on how the team is viewed? Do you attend off-season events at the stadium and wish you had a hand in planning them? If so, then getting a degree in sports marketing might be your best option. Read on to learn more.

  • The Benefits of Living and Studying Near Boston

    Attending college near Boston, Massachusetts should be on every high schoolers list of potential college locations. Filled with plenty of things to do, this city has a lot going for it. If you’re wondering what the many benefits of living and studying near Boston are, read on to learn more.

  • How to Build Your Sports Broadcasting Portfolio and Get Noticed

    In order to get hired as a sports broadcaster, you first need to create a portfolio. This portfolio should consist of numerous clips that display your abilities and talent as a sports broadcaster. Thanks to modern technology, you can place your portfolio online and include a link to your portfolio on your resume. How can you build up your portfolio in order to attract attention? Read on to learn more.

  • Sports Broadcasting Colleges: How to Pick the Right One

    Getting into sports broadcasting requires a lot of hands-on experience, as well as plenty of knowledge about the chosen sports that you want to follow as a professional. In addition, many people choose to get a college degree in the field, which provides them with plenty of extra knowledge in things like media ethics. The real question is: how do you choose the right sports broadcasting college? Read on to learn more.

  • How to Get Your Dream Job in Sports Marketing: Insider Tips and Strategies

    Want to work in sports marketing? This specialized field can be a bit tricky to get into, but it is possible once you know how. It comes down to a number of things, including who you know, hands-on experience, classroom instruction, and taking the time to master the right skills. Read on to learn more.

  • Transformation Tuesday: Q&A With Zion H. '23

    Every week, we’re showcasing our graduating students as they prepare to say goodbye to Dean. On each #TransformationTuesday, you’ll get a before and after look at where they started vs. where they are now. Next up is Zion Hall '23, a Theatre major with a concentration in Musical Theatre. Read on to learn more.