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Golf & Plant Sciences Department

The Golf & Plant Sciences Department offers the following majors:

Golf Course Operations

This 2-year associate degree program provides students with the technical and agronomic background to work as a member of a golf course grounds and maintenance crew or in a support trade of the golf course industry. Learn more >

Turf Management

Similar to the Golf Course Operations program, Turf Management is a two-year associate degree program that prepares students to work in landscape, athletic or sports field turf management. Learn more >

Golf and Sports Turf Management

The 4-year Bachelor of Business Administration in Golf and Sports Turf Management prepares students to become a leader in the golf course industry.  Combining the technical and agronomic classwork found in the Golf Course Operations degree program with upper-level business and management studies, graduates enter the workforce prepared to manage staff and complex budgets.  Graduates currently work as Golf Course Superintendents, Irrigation and Spray Technicians, Turf/Golf Industry Company Sales, and Golf Course General Managers. Learn more >

Horticulture Sciences

Two AAS Degree Tracks:
Horticulture (AAS)
Landscape Design and Management (AAS)

The 2-year Horticulture Science degrees give students a broad overview of the horticulture field.  Learn more >

Related Program:
Business and Professional Golf Management

As part of the Business Division, the 4-year BBA in Business and Professional Golf Management (PGM) is for students who are interested in becoming the club professional at a golf course.  The club professional must be a competent player, serve the membership and run the Pro Shop (conducts lessons and clinics, organizes tournaments, maintains inventory and sales records, creates budgets, manages staff, and is involved with the day-to-day operations of the club). Learn more >


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Last Updated: 10/21/16