PGA Golf Management (PGA)

PGA 103 Introduction to PGA Golf Management

2 credits
This course will examine the golf industry and the golf professional's role within the industry. Attention will focus on the history of the game, PGA Constitution, career enhancement, and the rules of golf. (Fall only)
Prereq: PGM Major.

PGA 110 PGA Golf Management Player Development

1 credit, max arranged
This course will assist PGA Golf Management students in their efforts to pass the PGA of America’s Playing Ability Test (PAT) by providing access to a golf game tracking and improvement software along with individual and group golf instruction. All PGA Golf Management students must pass the PAT prior to graduation. Graded Pass/Fail.
Prereq: Marketing - PGA Golf Management major.

PGA 150 PGA Golf Management I

2 credits
This course will examine the golf industry and the golf professional's role within the industry. Attention will focus on Tournament Operations, Golf Car Fleet Management, Golf Club Repair and Design. Other topics previewed will be Business Planning and Operations and Customer Relations.
Prereq: PGA 103.

PGA 204 (s) Special Topics

Credit arranged.

PGA 251 PGA Golf Management II

2 credits
This course will examine the golf industry and the golf professional's role within the industry. Attention will focus on Business Communications, Business Planning Operations, Customer Relations, and PGA/PGM Electives. Other topics previewed will be Merchandising Inventory Management and Supervising Delegating.
Prereq: PGA 103, PGA 150 and PGM major.

PGA 298 (s) Internship

1-3 credits, max 6.

PGA 299 (s) Directed Study

Credit arranged .

PGA 385 PGA Golf Management III

2 credits
This course will examine the golf industry and the golf professional's role within the industry. Attention will focus on Merchandising Inventory Management and Supervising Delegating. Other topics previewed will be an overview of the Final Experience. (Spring only)
Prereq: PGA 103, PGA 150, and PGA 251.

PGA 386 Food and Beverage Hospitality with Lab

4 credits
Introduction to hospitality and commercial leisure enterprises. The course will include food and beverage service operation, profit and cost accounting, techniques, marketing, advertising schemes and the relationship between business and leisure programs, services, and products. Field trips required.
Prereq: PGM Major or Permission.

PGA 398 (s) Internship

1-3 credits, max 6.

PGA 404 (s) Special Topics

Credit arranged .

PGA 499 (s) Directed Study

Credit arranged.