New Online Bachelor’s Degree Fits Busy Work Schedules of Golf Course

November 10, 2005

Getting the top job maintaining a golf course used to require a two-year degree, plus on-the-job experience. Today, these jobs often require a four-year college degree, but finding the time to take classes while working 60 to 70 hours a week keeping greens and fairways in playing shape can be as challenging as making par. Golf course superintendents and grounds crewmembers now have a new option: Penn State’s online bachelor’s degree in turfgrass science, which lets adults learn when and where it’s convenient for them.

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