Take Advantage of the Labor Crisis in the Golf Industry
The Golf Course Superintendent Association of America (GCSAA) has declared a labor crisis. A wave of retirements is removing long-term turf expertise from the industry. At the same time, advances in science and technology are rapidly changing the skills sought by the turf grass industries. With the rise of both drought conditions and water scarcity, new attention is being paid to methods that allow the design and maintenance of golf courses to be environmentally conscious and socially responsible. Today's experts are called upon to work with geographic laser scanners, drones, and wireless robotic stations, while also understanding soil science and plant pathology. If you or your family have doubts about committing to learn and work in the turfgrass industries, this video might be just what you need to see.
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Roll Your Associate Degree into a Bachelor Degree
Upon completion of our 2-Year Associate of Science degree, students who wish to continue are automatically accepted into our bachelor's program. All of your completed courses count towards the Bachelors degree, so you'll only need to put in two more years to graduate with both an Associate of Science degree and a Bachelor of Science degree. We can also help you transfer into a different bachelor's program, such as Natural Resource Conservation or Plant and Soil Sciences.
Reasons to Choose the Bachelor Degree Over the Associate Degree
Whether you choose to move from AS to BS, or choose to start in the BS program from day one, the Bachelor of Science degree will offer you