In college planning, my students may find these programs of interest during the college search progress.
The PGA Golf Management Program at the University of Colorado Springs is one of 18 PGA Accredited programs in the U.S. which offers this preparation and internship opportunities. Students earn a Business degree in addition to training in the Golf industry. At UCCS, students partake in an AACSB accreditation (only 5% of Business schools have earned this worldwide accreditation). See the UCCSPGA Golf Management website at www.uccs.edu/pgm.
The Chinese Language Flagship Program at North Georgia College & State University is one of the few in the country. It allows a student to major in another subject and study Mandarin and Chinese culture as well. When pursued as a double major, it opens the door for a number of jobs at federal agencies or international relations/commerce. Learn more at http://wlc.gsu.edu/home/language-resources/language/chinese/.
Champlain College, Vermont, has an extensive program in Game Design. Its programs are premised on an Upside Down Curriculum allowing Freshman Gaming majors to take five related courses their first year in college instead of starting in their later college years. Students take numerous related courses during the next three years as well. Learn more at http://www.champlain.edu/academics/undergraduate-academics/majors-and-specializations/game-design.