About the Horticultural Science Management Degree
The Horticultural Science Management degree is for students interested in growing, installing, and/or maintaining ornamentals, landscape plants and edibles. This program provides a foundation of science-based horticultural knowledge while emphasizing artistic and nutritional principles of plant use. The various courses offered allow students to direct their learning toward ornamentals and landscapes or
small-scale farming. Internships are required to reinforce classroom principles and
vary based on the individual.
Degree Curriculum for Ornamentals and Landscape Technology
Curriculum requirements can be found by clicking here.
If you are interested in learning more about the courses you will be taking, please email Mr. Lee Ivy.
Degree Curriculum for Small Scale Farming
Degree requirements can be found by clicking here. The semester by semester display will be coming soon.
Meet the Faculty
The faculty here at the Agricultural Institute love what they do and are experts in their field. If you would like to learn more about the faculty in this degree program, please click here.
What can I do with this major?
- Production Manager
- Horticulture Entrepreneur
- Landscape Foreman
- Pest Management Technician
- Small Farm Manager