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About Professional

Tennis Management

March 22, 2018
<h2>About Professional</h2>
<h1>Tennis Management</h1>
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What is Professional Tennis Management?

If you love tennis, make your passion a career and get a degree in professional tennis management (PTM). Whether your goal is a career as a coach, running a facility or in court maintenance, PTM offers the tools and programs to get you started, including networking, paid internships, job placement and more.

 

PTM Programs

Currently, six colleges offer a PTM program – Berry College, Ferris State, Hope College, Manhattanville College, Methodist University and the University of Central Florida.

 

Tyler Junior College offers a PTM certificate program and two schools, San Diego State and the University of New Mexico, offer graduate PTM programs. 

 

The number of schools offering PTM programs figures to rise in the future with the introduction of new USTA initiatives that will help prepare the next generation of tennis providers, including tennis professionals, coaches and administrators. ADVERTISEMENT

For more on the current PTM programs, click here.

 

Why PTM

PTM programs offer the following: on-court playing and coaching development, a bachelor’s degree in business, paid internships, work-force credentials and industry certifications, education and tennis industry networking, and job placement.

 

So check out our PTM programs and start your career in tennis today!

And for other career options in tennis, check out the USTA job board.

 

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For more information on PTM programs, please contact Andy Dunscombe. If you are a university interested in offering a PTM program, please click here.

 

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