PGA Golf Management Program Curriculum Overview

  • (130 total credit hours)


    PGA GOLF MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM 2.0: (39)

    PGMT 122-Orientation to PGM (3); includes Introduction to PGA/PGM, PGA History and Constitution, Rules of Golf
    PGMT 170-Internship I (1)
    PGMT 210-Tournament Operations and Golf Car Fleet Management (3)
    PGMT 222-PGM I: Customer Relations and Business Planning (3)
    PGMT 230-Introduction to Teaching & Golf Club Performance (3)
    PGMT 270-Internship II (1)
    PGMT 322-PGM II: Golf Operations (3)
    PGMT 330-Intermediate Teaching & Golf Club Alteration (3)
    PGMT 340-Player Development Programs & Teaching Business (3)
    PGMT 353-Turfgrass Management (3)
    PGMT 355-Merchandising & Inventory Management (3)
    PGMT 370-Internship III (1)
    PGMT 422-PGM III: Supervising & Delegating and Human Resources; Career Enhancement/Final Experience (3)
    PGMT 430-Advanced Teaching and Golf Club Fitting (3)
    PGMT 470-PGM Co-op (3)
        

    HOTEL MANAGEMENT (25)

    HMGT 220-Hospitality Technology (4)
    HMGT 301-Hospitality Management Systems (3)
    HMGT 303-Facility Operations & Maintenance (3)
    HMGT 305-Entrepreneurship (3)
    HMGT 340-Hospitality Accounting (3)
    HMGT 350 online-Hospitality Marketing (3)
    HMGT 401 online- Hospitality Law (3)
    HMGT 440-Financial Analysis for the Hospitality Industry (3)

    FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT (13)

    FMGT 101-Food Service Sanitation (2)
    FMGT 110-Table Service (2)
    FMGT 211-Food Production I (3)
    FMGT 212-Food Production II (3)
    FMGT 301-Food and Beverage Management (3)

     

    GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (41)

    Curriculum Area I: Arts and Humanities (9)
    Students must select ENGL 203 plus one course in each of two disciplines

    Discipline A: Arts

    Discipline B: History

    Discilpine C: Language

    Discipline D: Literature

    Discipline E: Speech (ENGL 203)

    Curriculum Area II: Social and Behavioral Sciences (6)
    Students must select ECON 201 or 202 and one additional course in one of two disciplines

    Discipline A: Social Science

    Discipline B: Behavioral Science

    Curriculum Area III: Biological and Physical Sciences (8)
    Students must select PLSC 184/PLSC 185 and one other science course with a laboratory course

    Curriculum Area IV: Mathematics (3)

    MATH 102-College Math

    Curriculum Area V: English Composition (9)

    ENGL 101-Basic Composition I
    ENGL 102-Basic Composition II
    ENGL 305-Technical Writing

    Curriculum Area VI: Emerging Issues (6)

    EXSC 111-Personalized Health Fitness (Requirement filled by passing the PGA of America Playing Ability Test)
    TMGT 306-Ecology and Cultural Tourism or HUEC 230-Multicultural Perspectives on Families in the U.S.


    MAJOR ELECTIVES (9)

    HMGT 405-Resort, Club and Convention Management (3) required
    TMGT 130-Analysis of travel & Tourism (3) required
    Examples: Independent Study/ Beer, Wine & Spirits/Commercial Food Production (3)

     

    SUPPORTIVE COURSES (3)   

    Examples: Exercise and Sport Psychology/Business Ethics/Elements of Nutrition