Golf Management

Golf Management - AAS

The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management degree offers students access to a variety of career paths. The program is designed to prepare students for positions leading to careers such as teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales representatives and other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum is designed to prepare students with a firm business core providing emphasis in customer service, physical activities, and coaching theory and techniques.

Program Code

3557 Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management

Other Degree Options

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Golf Management is built into the AAS. If you complete the AAS you will also receive the CCL.

Course Format

Classes are offered in a variety of formats: in-person, online, day, evening, full-time and part-time.

How long will it take?

It takes a minimum of 2 years as a full-time student including summer school. This estimate does not include developmental education courses (courses under 100 level).

Cost

The estimated cost of the program is $5,355 (63 credit hours) to $5,780 (68 credit hours) ($85 per credit hour) for Maricopa County residents. *(see below for details) Individual course fees vary depending on the course from $5 and up.

Please click here for a list of out-of-county and other fees.

Textbooks

Some classes use low or no-cost textbooks. General Education courses may have textbooks that cost more.

Program Curriculum

First Semester Courses

  • ENG101 or ENG107 First-Year Composition 3 credits
  • MAT112 or higher Mathematical Concepts 3-5 credits
  • HRM110 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management 3 credits
  • COM100 or COM110 or COM230 Oral Communication 3 credits
  • PED101-201GO Golf - Beginning-Advance 2 credits
    • Any approved level of golf.

Second Semester Courses

  • ENG102 or ENG108 First-Year Composition 3 credits
  • CRE101 College Critical Reading & Critical Thinking OR “exempt” on placement test 0-3 credits
  • ACC211 or HRM265 Financial Accounting OR Financial Management for Hospitality and Tourism 3 credits
  • EXS265GO Golf Theory of Coaching 3 credits
  • PED101-201GO Golf - Beginning-Advance 2 credits
    • Any approved level of golf.

Third Semester Courses

  • ECN211, ECN212, PSY101, or REC120 Social-Behavioral Sciences 3 credits
  • HES154 First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 3 credits
  • HRM150 Hospitality/Tourism Information Systems I 3 credits
  • Natural Science 4 credits
  • Any approved G.E. Natural Science course.
  • EXS281GO Golf: Methods of Coaching 3 credits

Fourth Semester Courses

  • Humanities, Arts and Design 3 credits
    • Any approved G.E. Humanities, Arts and Design course.
  • HRM220 Hospitality Managerial Accounting 3 credits
  • HRM235 Club Management 3 credits
  • HRM260 Hospitality Human Resource Management 3 credits

Some courses are offered only one semester per year.

MCCCD Program and Award Information
Effective term: 
2016 Fall
Final term: 
9999
Award: 
AAS
Total credits required: 
63-68
CIP Code: 
52.0901
Description

The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Hospitality and Tourism/Golf Management degree offers students access to a variety of career paths. The program is designed to prepare students for positions leading to careers such as teaching pros, golf directors, club managers, camp directors, pro shop managers, manufacturer sales representatives and other positions in golf, recreation and business. The curriculum is designed to prepare students with a firm business core providing emphasis in customer service, physical activities, and coaching theory and techniques.

Award notes

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses required within the program.

Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:35
ACC211Financial Accounting (3) OR
HRM265Financial Management for Hospitality and Tourism (3)3
 
EXS265GOGolf Theory of Coaching3
EXS281GOGolf Methods of Coaching3
HES154First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation3
HRM110Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management3
HRM150Hospitality and Tourism Information Systems I3
HRM220Hospitality Managerial Accounting3
HRM235Club Management3
HRM260Hospitality Human Resource Management3
HRM270Hospitality Marketing3
 
PED101GOGolf (1) OR
PED102GOGolf - Intermediate (1) OR
PED201GOGolf - Advanced (1)2
 
REC210Leisure Delivery Systems3
Restricted Electives
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:6
CSM/TQM101Quality Customer Service3
EXS101Introduction to Exercise Science3
HES100Healthful Living3
HES271Prevention and Treatment of Athletic Injuries3
HRM145Events Management3
HRM275Restaurant Management3
HRM280Hospitality and Tourism Law3
 
HRM296WCCooperative Education (3) OR
PED296WCCooperative Education (3)3
 
PSY215Introduction to Sport Psychology3
General education requirements
General Education RequirementCredits: 22-27
 
General Education CoreCredits: 12-17
 
First-Year CompositionCredits: 6
ENG101First-Year Composition (3) OR
ENG107First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
ENG102First-Year Composition (3) OR
ENG108First-Year Composition for ESL (3)6
 
Oral CommunicationCredits: 3
COM100Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
COM110Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
COM230Small Group Communication (3)3
 
Critical ReadingCredits: 0-3
CRE101College Critical Reading and Critical Thinking (3) OR
Equivalent as indicated by assessment.
 
MathematicsCredits: 3-5
Any approved general education course from the Mathematics area.
 
General Education DistributionCredits: 10
 
Humanities and Fine ArtsCredits: 3
Any approved general education course from the Humanities, Arts and Designs area.
 
Social and Behavioral SciencesCredits: 3
ECN211Macroeconomic Principles (3) OR
ECN212Microeconomic Principles (3) OR
PSY101Introduction to Psychology (3) OR
REC120Leisure and the Quality of Life (3)3
 
Natural SciencesCredits: 4
Any approved general education course from the Natural Sciences area.
Competencies
  • Define the principles and practices of financial accounting. (ACC211, HRM265)
  • Identify the proper steps of victim assessment and demonstrate standard and personal safety techniques, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation. (HES154)
  • Identify the elements that comprise the hospitality and tourism industry and describe current treads in the industry. (HRM110)
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of computer information systems, fundamental computer concepts, and applications of software used in the hospitality and tourism industry. (HRM150)
  • Identify positive social and ethical behaviors when using technology and the consequences of misuse. (HRM150)
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of financial statement analysis and the analytical techniques used in hospitality management. (HRM220)
  • Identify and describe the key components involved in the organization and management of private clubs including food and beverage operations, golf facilities and services, fitness center, tennis and other recreational program. (HRM235)
  • Identify the skills needed to recruit, select, train, and evaluate personnel in the hospitality industry, and describe the procedures used to manage turnover and control cost. (HRM260)
  • Identify and describe the major components of marketing in the hospitality industry. (HRM270)
  • Perform the skills of golf as indicated by the rules and traditional standards. (PED101GO, PED102GO, PED201GO)
  • Identify and describe current theories and techniques for coaching golf. (EXS265GO)
  • Identify, describe and apply coaching practices established by local governing boards of golf. (EXS281GO)
  • Review the major factors involved in the delivery of leisure services in the private, commercial and independent sectors of a community. (REC210)