|BMGT 100: Introduction to Business|
|BMTH 100: Mathematics of Finance - Extended|
|BPGM 112: Careers in Professional Golf Management|
|GNED 101: An Introduction to Arts and Sciences|
|MKTG 111: Marketing Fundamentals|
|WRIT 100: College Reading and Writing Skills|
|BPGM 122: Management Accounting in Golf Operations 1|
|BPGM 124: Golf Operations|
|BPGM 150: Internship 1|
|BPGM 155: Fundamentals of Golf|
|BPGM 165: Computer Applications in Golf Operations|
|BPGM 230: Microeconomics|
|WRIT 200: Workplace Writing Skills|
|BPGM 170: Management Accounting in Golf Operations 2|
|BPGM 210: Intermediate Golf Principles|
|BPGM 234: Turf Management|
|BPGM 235: Golf Course Design|
|BPGM 251: Macroeconomics|
|BPGM 252: Organizational Management|
|BPGM 231: Retail Management|
|BPGM 250: Co-operative Internship 2|
|BPGM 253: Bar and Restaurant Operations|
|BPGM 254: Professional Selling|
|BPGM 256: Management Accounting in Golf Operations 3|
|BSTA 200: Business Statistics|
|ECON 204: People, Money and Markets|
|BPGM 255: Finance In Golf Operations|
|BPGM 305: Strategic Marketing Planning|
|BPGM 310: New Enterprise Management|
|BPGM 320: Human Resource Management|
|BPGM 325: Canadian Business Law|
|PSYC 207: Psychology of Sport|
|BPGM 353: Training and Development|
|BPGM 355: Advanced Golf Principles|
|BPGM 356: Tournament Operations and Event Planning|
|BPGM 360: Business Strategy|
|BPGM 361: Business Policy in Golf Operations|
|SOCI 219: Sport and Society|
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Winter semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Perform computations associated with compound interest, simple and general annuities, amortization, discounted cash flow and net present value.
Examine the purposes and activities of organizations of various types, size and structures, and the interrelationship of functional areas within an organization.
Assess and evaluate opportunities within the Canadian golf industry.
Develop spreadsheets and apply word processing, presentation software and database skills.
Prepare and present financial statements and demonstrate basic understanding of their use.
Apply the principles of composition and the grammar and punctuation skills necessary to the writing process.
Develop and manage marketing strategies for the professional golf industry.
Describe and explain human resource policies, procedures and programmers for large and small organizations.
Manage golf related activities of the Pro Shop.
Evaluate the economic behaviour and issues that impact Canadian business and apply economic data in decision making.
Explain the various turf grasses used on golf courses and their benefits.
Explain the issues to be considered in developing or redeveloping a golf facility.
Examine how financial information is used in planning and controlling the operations of a business enterprise.
Evaluate financial markets and the effect they have on nations, governments, central banks and the outcomes of elections.
Organize and coordinate golf events including golf cart fleet management, prizes, sponsors, food and beverage.
Explain the four KEYS to profitable restaurant and bar management.
Engage in the development of a strategic market plan, make decisions regarding the plan and assess the business implications if the decisions.
Prepare a business plan for a small business enterprise associated with the golf industry.
Explain Canada’s legal system and law with an emphasis on law in Ontario in business environments.
Record, present and analyze data used in forecasting and decision-making.
Develop lesson plans and demonstrate appropriate use of the media to enhance learning.
Demonstrate the physical skills of golf such as putting, chipping and sand play.
Explain the structure and purpose of golf associations.
Students in our program enjoy a 100% work placement rate. Our program runs annually on a 6-month in-class/6-month paid work placement schedule - the only one of this kind in Canada, and a key differentiating factor from other programs. Your ability to work two 6-month paid work terms will make you an asset among employers, who are seeking talented professional golf managers. Work placements combine the knowledge and skills you develop in the classroom with practical experience you will gain during your paid work placement.
Humber is actively involved in the golf industry and maintains a large network with the best employers.
Regardless of your level of golf ability, we will help you lower your handicap and improve your golf skills. We have developed an extensive Player Development Program for our students, which is delivered in our on-campus world-class golf lab facility.
Watch video showing Humber students teaching kids how to golf on an off-campus field trip.
In Canada there are more than 2,500 golf facilities that create over 300,000 jobs and contributed $14.3 billion to Canada’s Gross Domestic Product in 2014 (NAGA 2014 Economic Impact Study of Golf in Canada).
Your deep understanding of both the sport and the business side of the game will make you an asset among employers who are seeking talented professional golf managers. Begin your career path towards managing a golf course, pro shop or golf course facility, directing tournaments and special events, becoming a teaching professional, or becoming a retail sales agent or manager with a golf equipment and apparel manufacturer.
We are conveniently located close to many of Canada’s top golf course facilities including Glen Abbey Golf Club, The National Golf Club of Canada, and St. George’s Golf and Country Club. These top facilities, along with many others across Canada, will seek your expertise and provide you with excellent employment opportunities. Employers of this program include more than 800 Ontario golf facilities.
PGA of Canada
The Professional Golf Management program at Humber College is a Recognized PGA of Canada program.
As a recognized partner program of the PGA of Canada, Humber Professional Golf Management graduates (who are PGA of Canada Members) will achieve Class “A” status with the successful completion of Instructor of Beginner Golfers Workshop and Evaluation. *Subject to 70% grade or higher in the identified courses outlined in the Policies and Procedures of the PGA of Canada Training Academy.
Additional requirements may apply.
Note: The requirements for the additional credential(s) are determined by the granting body, which is independent from the College. Students are encouraged to obtain the specific requirements directly from the granting body before enrolling.
Management Studies, Bachelor of Commerce
Credential: Honours Degree
Length: 8 semesters
Watch the video to learn more about the Humber Golf Management program and our state-of-the-art facilities.
Business, Accounting & Management Success Stories
Insurance Management Students Connect with Employers at IIC Career Fair
Mon, April 05, 2021
The Insurance Institute of Canada (IIC) hosted a very successful Career Fair for students in the Insurance Management program (IMPG) on March 31st.
Financial Planning Students Win CIFP National Case Competition Championship
Mon, April 05, 2021
Every year, the CFIP hosts a Case Competition Team Challenge event inviting all post-secondary institutions across Canada that teach Financial Planning to compete in teams of three.
Thanks to the DBSA for a Successful TechWeek
Fri, April 02, 2021
A special thanks to Amanda Rice, Chinelo U. Umolu, Prabhavi Vashisht, Irina Gorea, and Martin Perez for making our #TechWeek2021 a huge success!
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Faculty of Business News
Guest Speaker Delivers an Insightful Session on Projects with Global Learning Collective
Fri, April 02, 2021
The Work-Integrated Learning Centre invited Campus B Program Manager and member of CEPA and the Global Learning Collective Andre Siffert to speak with students about the upcoming opportunities.
Industry Thought Leader Gives Advice on Career Management
Fri, April 02, 2021
Senior Vice President of CHUBB Insurance Colin Laird gave an excellent lecture on Career Management during uncertain times.
WIL Centre Manager Discusses the Future of Internships
Thu, April 01, 2021
WIL Centre Manager Antoniette Di Marco was recently interviewed by the Toronto Star for her current experience in helping students navigate placement opportunities during the pandemic.
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