Expand Your Career Possibilities with an Online Turfgrass Master's Degree
Learn business concepts, personnel management theories, and how to manage the day-to-day challenges of running a turfgrass facility through the new Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Turfgrass Management. With this program, you can focus on turfgrass science electives or business-related courses and improve your current skills to advance your career in the turfgrass industry.
Why a Turf Degree Online at Penn State?
Legacy — Penn State became a leader in turfgrass education in 1929, when we launched one of the first turfgrass programs in the United States. As the first university to offer a two-year technical program specifically for golf course superintendents, and as the first to offer an undergraduate major in turfgrass science, we built a solid foundation for the turfgrass management programs that we offer today through World Campus:
- Undergraduate Certificate in Turfgrass Management, Basic
- Undergraduate Certificate in Turfgrass Management, Advanced
- Associate in Science in Turfgrass Science and Management
- Bachelor of Science in Turfgrass Science
- Master of Professional Studies in Turfgrass Management
Who Should Apply?
The MPS in Turfgrass Management is ideal if you have completed an undergraduate degree and want to improve your turfgrass technology skills. If you already have a solid understanding of turf, this degree can help you gain the business and project management skills to round out your career development.
Career Opportunities for Graduates
The MPS in Turfgrass Management was created for golf course and sports field professionals who want to extend their career into facility management and operations. If you are interested in product development and regional sales for fertilizer and pesticide companies, this graduate degree can provide you with a solid foundation for a successful career. With the master’s degree, you can work in a variety of positions, including:
- facility general manager
- technical or sales representative
- turf research and development