PGA Golf Management Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Many of our Areas of Emphasis can be combined with the PGA Golf Management option. This includes Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Systems, International Business, Marketing, Management, & Service Management. However, this does not include Sport Management.
No, the UCCS PGA Golf Management Program is not available to part-time or online students, although certain university courses may be completed in an online format. It is also not recommended for students who have full-time employment because the PGM classes are taught during the day and the internships are full-time employment.
Yes. However, scholarships offered by the program are generally available only to students who have completed one year or more. For information about university-supplied scholarships and aid, please visit our Financial Aid website.
The purpose of internships is to provide on-the-job experience and develop work habits and skills that will last a lifetime. Also, internships are a great way to gain access to a network of potential employers and colleagues. Finally, students are afforded the opportunity to develop a strong résumé that will open doors throughout their careers.
Yes, transfer students from all backgrounds who meet entrance requirements for both UCCS and the Program can be admitted. However, each student must be on campus for at least seven semesters in order to complete the PGA training and testing courses.
Yes! Each semester, PGA Golf Management students are provided with lessons from PGA instructors, a Player Development Program, and unlimited play and practice at Pine Creek Golf Club, as well as entry into 12 to 15 tournaments during the year.