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Spring Visitation Day: Updated!
Our next visitation event is PGM Spring Visitation Day on Friday, April 10, 2020.
This event has become virtual! Zoom sessions will be available that day on various PGM topics. If interested in “attending,” please register below! Zoom links and PowerPoint slides will be provided upon registration, and a mailed packet with program information and a t-shirt will be sent at our earliest convenience around the time of the event. Email Gabriella Sinkovic with any questions!
We are always available to meet with students and families on an individual basis to showcase details of our program and facilities. Meet with Gabriella, PGM Student Services Coordinator, virtually on Google Hangouts for a 15-30 mins Q & A or a Personal “Visit” for 45-60 mins with a guided PowerPoint. Schedule a time now on Calendly! https://calendly.com/ncsupgm.
To receive further information or schedule a visit when visits resume, fill out this form!
Please contact Gabriella Sinkovic, PGM Student Services Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-515-8792 for more information.
Freshman: NC State’s Regular Decision deadline closed on January 15th. Students that applied prior to this deadline will hear back from NC State on March 30th!
Transfers: NC State’s priority transfer deadline closed on February 15th. If interested in transferring for Fall 2020, please contact Gabriella Sinkovic at email@example.com.
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NC State’s PGA Golf Management Program is one of 18 PGA accredited university programs nationwide. The curriculum provides students the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills necessary for success in the golf industry via extensive classroom studies and internship experience. Students earn a college degree and obtain membership to the PGA of America upon graduation.
The academic requirements will take PGA Golf Management students through a variety of courses in different discipline areas including Business, Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management, and specified PGA GM topics (i.e. Business Planning, Teaching & Club Fitting, Merchandising, Tournament Operations, Customer Relations, Turfgrass Management, & Food & Beverage Management…see curriculum).
Students also complete 16 months of internship/co-op work experience at approved golf facilities under the direction of Class A PGA Professionals. The goal is to provide students with the best possible hands-on experience in a variety of locations.
PGA Golf Management students are active participants in many activities and organizations across campus including, but not limited to: PGM Ambassadors, College of Natural Resources Ambassadors Program, Student Government, University Honors programs, competitive club sports, intramural sports, Greek Life organizations, etc. Students are also involved in many service learning activities.