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Earn Your Degree Online or On-Campus

Keiser University College of Golf offers online degrees in Golf Management. You can achieve your Associate of Science degree or Bachelor of Science degree in Golf Management online. The courses will include the same content and instructors, as the on-campus program, but will be available from anywhere in the world.

Golf Management Program Objectives

  • Present students with a comprehensive background in the history, rules, and traditions of golf.
  • Expose students to the proper physical and mental competencies required of golf professionals.
  • Develop students’ abilities in analyzing, making decisions regarding, and managing golf facilities and equipment, course operations, as well as staff.
  • Provide students the opportunity to demonstrate effective teaching techniques in playing golf.
  • Examine and synthesize golf management in relation to the hospitality industry.

About Keiser University College of Golf

The Keiser University College of Golf maintains state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for its programs in Golf Management, Exercise Science, Sport Management, and Sports Medicine and Fitness Technology. The College of Golf offers the opportunity to experience online education, comprised of faculty with over 200 years of combined experience in the golf industry, from the comfort of your home. The campus is the home to over 20 NAIA athletic teams, club sports, and intramural activities. All equipment used at the Keiser University College of Golf meets industry standards and promotes program objectives.

Online Degree Flexibility

Both the Associate and Bachelor Degrees in Golf Management are offered online. This can help you balance your education with your existing responsibilities. From 24/7 access to course materials to the encouragement of instructors who truly care about your education, you will have the flexibility, convenience and interactive support you need to pursue your degree and career goals.

Associate of Science Degree

In Golf Management

Keiser University’s Associate of Science degree in Golf Management prepares students for a variety of positions in the golf industry. In this program, students are prepared to provide golf instruction, manage golf course operations, ensure appropriate maintenance of golf facilities and equipment, as well as integrate the play of golf into the broader hospitality and recreation domain. Through a competency-based education format and state-of-the-art golf training equipment, students are given opportunities for success in their academic, professional, and personal lives.

Bachelor of Science Degree

In Golf Management

The Bachelor of Science degree in Golf Management program is designed to assist students in gaining the specialized knowledge required for a successful career in the golf industry. Students receive a blend of classroom instruction and hands-on experiential learning.

Why Choose a Career in Golf?

  • $191.9 Billion – Total economic impact of golf in America, including direct, indirect and induced impacts.
  • $84.1 Billion – Total size of the golf economy nationally (22% increase vs. 2011 data).
  • $58.7 Billion – Total compensation from golf’s combined effect (direct, indirect, and induced impact).
  • 15,000 – Approximate number of regulated U.S. golf facilities.
  • $25.7 Billion – Estimated total in golf-related tourism spending.
  • $7.2 Billion – Total new home construction in golf communities.
  • $6 Billion – On-course and off-course sales of golf equipment, apparel and media.
  • $2.4 Billion – Total contributions of professional tournaments, associations and player endorsements.
  • $1.9 Billion – Investment in existing golf facilities.
  • 1.886 Million – Number of U.S. job impacted by the golf industry.
Source: TEConomy Partners 2016 U.S. Golf Economy Report (Report Release Date April 24th, 2018)

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