Fall 2002/Winter 2003 Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School
The State University of New Jersey together with the Cook College Office of Continuing Professional Education and The Center for Turfgrass Science announce the 2002/2003 Rutgers Professional Golf Turf Management School. The course is presented in two 10-week sessions over a two-year period. In this program, students learn the technical skills required for all superintendents such as turfgrass establishment, maintenance of greens and tees, botany and physiology of turfgrass and ornamentals, and weed identification, as well as management, computer and communication skills all managers should master. The course is recommended for golf course superintendents, assistant superintendents, greenskeepers, irrigation technicians, and mechanics that have a minimum of two years working in golf turf management.
This year the fall session will be held October 7-December 13, 2002 and the winter session will be held January 6-March 14, 2003. Classes are held daily, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the Cook Campus of Rutgers University. Applications for either session are due by August 1, 2002.