Golf Management A.A. Degree for employment preparation
Golf Management is the study of all aspects pertaining to the operation and the responsibilities of the golf professional in managing a public or private golf facility.
Career paths chosen by students pursuing undergraduate studies in golf management commonly include marketing and management as part of their work load.
Even students who choose not to major in Golf Management find that coursework in the field can improve their communication and problem solving skills.
College of the Desert’s golf management curriculum includes course offerings that provide a general overview of the discipline, as well as hands-on training designed to meet industry needs and standards.
The College offers an Associate of Arts degree, as well as courses leading to transfer. Students earning associate's degrees in Golf Management may pursue entry-level positions as apprentice PGA golf professionals or may choose to continue their studies in the discipline toward bachelor’s or graduate degrees. For more information please call (760) 341-2491.
|GOLF 029||Methods Of Teaching Golf||2|
|GOLF 030||Teaching The Short Game||2|
|GOLF 032||Golf Teaching Laboratory||2|
|GOLF 036||Fundamentals & Rules Of Golf||2|
|AGEH 004||Turfgrass Management||2|
|AGEH 004L||Turfgrass Management Laboratory||1|
|AGEH 030||Landscape Equipment||2|
|AGEH 034||Golf Course Management||3|
|BUMA 025||Golf Shop Operations||2|
|BUMA 029||Retail Merchandise Management||3|
|BUMA 094||Business Communications||3|
|Select 18 units from the following:||18|
|Advanced Turfgrass Management|
|Accounting In The Business Environment|
|Fundamentals Of Bookkeeping|
|Principles Of Management|
|Business Law I|
|Small Business: Development & Mgmt.|
|Human Relations In the Workplace|
|Human Resource Management|
|Computer Survival Skills|
|Principles Of Macroeconomics|
|Intro To Recreation & Sport Management|
|Golf Work Experience (Maximum of 3 units may be used for work experience)|
|COD General Education Pattern||18|