Horticulture

Career Coach buttonCourses relate to general horticulture topics and specialties within ornamental and landscape horticulture including:

  • 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.

Students may take courses for credit or through alternative methods to increase their knowledge and skills in maintaining their gardens and home landscapes.

Credit Courses

Student may take credit courses to work toward:

  • A.A.S. degree in Horticulture
  • Certificate of Completion in Horticulture

Academic courses may also be taken in preparation for advanced degrees in horticulture at senior institutions.

Courses may be taken during the day or night. All courses are offered at least once as a day or night course during a two-year period.

Alternative Methods

Students who want to take a course but do not need college credit may enroll in the course through alternative methods, such as:

  • Audit courses
  • Continuing education
  • Senior education

 

Contact

Northwest Campus
Mark J. Schusler, Assistant Professor Horticulture
817-515-7714
mark.schusler@tccd.edu

 

 

Updated January 31, 2014

 

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