Berry College is partnering with the USTA to offer students workers at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College (slated to open in summer 2016) the opportunity to complete a series of USTA learning modules while gaining practical experience that will qualify them for certification as a tennis professional.
FSU, located in Big Rapids, Michigan, offers students a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, with a choice of a Marketing or Resort Management concentration. For PTM graduates, employment opportunities exist in traditional careers such as a ClubManager, Director of Tennis, Head Professional or Assistant professional.
Located in Holland, Michigan, Hope College’s PTM program is a collaboration between their exercise science major and the United States Tennis Association. The program includes coursework in our exercise science major as well as tennis-specific content totaling 65 credit hours out of the 126 hours that students must complete across the college’s curriculum to graduate.
Located in a tennis-rich area, the PTM program will prepare students to enter the tennis management field, while providing ample opportunities to make valuable industry contacts. The B.A. in Sport Studies with PTM track requires 90 liberal arts credits, two science courses, one statistics course, one writing intensive course, two ‘Core Sport Content’ courses (from a compiled list), and the five courses in the PTM track
MU, located in Fayetteville, NC, allows for students interested in pursuing a career in the tennis industry to earn a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in a business-related field with a concentration in Professional Tennis Management or a B.S. or B.A. in one of the 80+ different majors offered at Methodist University with a minor in PTM.
Whether you are looking to improve your leadership skills, advance in your current career, change careers or expand your network—the Hospitality and Tourism Management Master’s Program at San Diego State University can help you transform your life for the better.
Located in Tyler Texas, Tyler Junior College offers Associates Degrees and a one-year Certificate Program in Business and Recreation Leadership. This program provides a two-year course to train students in teaching tennis, planning programs for tennis facilities, merchandising and operating pro shops, and maintaining tennis facilities. In addition, students are trained and prepared for certification testing.
Starting in Fall 2016, students at the University of Central Florida will be able to study Professional Tennis Management (PTM) thanks to a new educational partnership between the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and the Rosen College of Hospitality Management.
Attending a PTM school will not only provide you with a quality education, but you will learn hands-on skills to apply to your future career in tennis!
With industry recognized internship programs and curricula, a PTM school will prepare you for the challenges a career in tennis can throw your way.
Hundreds of PTM graduates are now making a name for themselves in the industry and will be the leaders in the years to come that carry the tennis business forward!