About The Program

Horticulture students will develop skills in gardening, plant identification, botany, pruning, soil management, pest management, plant propagation, greenhouse production, landscape construction, plant pathology, plant nutrition, floral design, landscape design, computer-aided drafting, site analysis and more.

Many students find permanent employment with employers for whom they worked in their cooperative education (internship) experience. Graduates often accept positions in landscape design and operations, greenhouse management, turf and grounds management, fine gardening, tree care, public gardens, floral design and retail nursery and flower shop management.

More Program Information >>

Program Degrees and Certificates

Career Coach