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Floral Design

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources career cluster

Quick Program Facts

  • Number of courses: 5
    • With optional internship: 6
  • Total hours:
    • Without internship: 160
    • With internship: 240
  • Cost:
    • Without internship: $1,730
    • With internship: $2,290
  • Financial aid: TPEG
  • Campuses:
  • Types of instruction: classroom, lab and internship

Program Description

Our program prepares you to be a professional floral designer. Floral designers, or florists, cut and arrange live, dried or silk flowers to make decorative displays.

You will work with single arrangements as well as special occasion displays. In addition to creating and arranging floral displays, you will learn customer service and sales to ensure you create an accurately inspired arrangement for each individual client.

Eligibility Requirements and Prerequisites

To Take Floral Design Courses

You do not have to meet any requirements when starting courses in our Floral Design Program.

Northeast Campus

To begin your Floral Design courses, complete enrollment paperwork. You can pick up the paperwork at the Northeast Campus CIE Services Office.

To Start Your Floral Design Internship

After you successfully complete your courses, and you are ready for a Floral Design Internship, you must:

  • Pass a drug test
  • Pass a criminal background check

Credentials in Detail

After completing this program, you will receive a TCC Certificate of Completion (CES).

Courses You Will Take

Check availability: Go to the Course Sections Offered by Term page and scroll down to Continuing Education Terms.

How to Apply

Register for the Floral Design Program courses.



Northeast Campus
Community & Industry Education Services
Brenna Sanders

Northwest Campus–Northbrook Business Center (off campus)
Community & Industry Education Services
Robin Valetutto
1001 NE Loop 820, Suite 410
Fort Worth, TX 76131

Updated December 11, 2017