- Greenhouse operation and management
- Landscape design, installation and maintenance
- Nursery and retail garden center operation and management
- Soil fertility and fertilizers
- Pest control
The program is taught only on Northwest Campus.
You may take courses for credit or through alternative methods to increase your knowledge and skills in maintaining your gardens and home landscapes.
You may take credit courses to work toward:
- A.A.S. degree in Horticulture
- Certificate of Completion in Horticulture
You can also take academic courses to prepare for advanced degrees in horticulture at senior institutions.
Courses may be taken during the day or at night. All courses are offered at least once as a day or night course during a 2-year period.
If you want to take a course but do not need college credit, you may enroll in the course through alternative methods, such as:
- Audit courses
- Continuing education
- Senior education
David Bulpitt, Program Coordinator
Donna Herndon, Administrative Assistant
Nicole Graves, Career and Technical Academic Advisor, Public Service Division
Please call or email me to make an appointment.
Updated November 06, 2015