Keiser University’s Master of Science in Golf Teaching and Learning offers an intensive program that provides golf instructors, and those aspiring to become golf instructors, with theoretical and practical knowledge in teaching and learning concepts such as the science of the golf swing, the science of learning, motor skill acquisition, facilitating the adult golfer, teaching the youth golfer, and the business of teaching. The curriculum prepares students for careers in the golf instruction industry.
The overall objective of the program is to provide the student with the highest level of educational value to provide the tools necessary for success in teaching the game of golf. The program goals are:
This program is delivered online with an optional on-campus residency.
To receive a Master of Science in Golf Teaching and Learning degree, students must earn graduate semester credit hours as described below. The length of this program is approximately 24 months.
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