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Turfgrass and Golf Course Management, A.A.S.

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The degree and certificate program qualifies the graduate as a turfgrass manager or turfgrass specialist. Employment for graduating students of this program may be available at golf courses, turf farms, parks or recreational facilities. Positions include but are not limited to superintendents of golf courses, or sales representatives of seed or agricultural supply companies.

Advisory Committee
Bruce Burger, The Quarry Golf Club
Carlos Cantu, Jr., Cantu Contracting
Dean Gary, Biz-zz Bee Farms
Romell Henze, Magic Gardens
M. Scott Kelley, Mortellaros Nursery
William Odam, San Antonio ISD
Brad Phillips, Brickman Group
David Rodriguez, Texas Agrilife Extension Service
Richard Thompson, Thompson Landscaping
Charles Wagmiller, Hyatt Hill Country Resort

Degrees and Certificates

Turfgrass & Golf Course Management Level I Certificate 

Landscape & Turfgrass Equipment Technician Level II Certificate 

Landscape and Horticultural Science, A.A.S. 

Agriculture: Associate of Science, concentration in Agriculture 


Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 61)

First Year

Second Year


* Capstone Course
CIP Code: 01.0607
Major Code: TURF

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