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2023-2024 General Catalog 
2023-2024 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Turfgrass Management, AAS

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The Turfgrass Management program includes topics of interest in Turfgrass Management, Pesticide Application, Irrigation Systems, Landscaping, Soils, and Plants. The program will utilize facilities on campus, such as the athletic complexes, residential life building landscaping, as well as general field and campus landscaping maintenance. The student will leave the program with valuable knowledge and experience to be able to maintain personal residences, golf courses, athletic fields and parks.

A second option of study allows the student to take the four core Turfgrass Management Classes: Principles of Horticulture, Woody Plants and Trees, Herbaceous Plant Materials, and Landscape Design Techniques I. The student will also take general education classes, such as Biology, Chemistry, Finite Math, Economics and Western Civilization, which will allow him/her to start in the Turfgrass Management program at a university.

This program will give the students hands-on experience of taking skills learned in the classroom directly to the Fort Dodge Country Club Golf Course for implementations.

Enrollment Date: Fall and/or Spring Semester 
Minimum Required Credits: 66
Campus: Fort Dodge 
Department: Career and Technical Education 
CIP#: 01.06070200

Program Outcomes:

  1. The turfgrass management program will provide the student with training to obtain employment in the trufgrass industry.
  2. The turfgrass management program will provide valuable hands-on training so the student will have the necessary skills to enter the turfgrass industry.
  3. The turfgrass management program will provide the student the opportunity to go on to receive a four year degree.

Program of Study

AAS Degree Total Hours: 66


ACC 102  may be substituted with an upper level accounting course.

Footnotes for Degree Requirements:

1 Required general education course.

2 Required elective course.

3 Institutional requirement.

4 May be substituted with a course from the same category on the General Education Course List  .

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