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Horticulture

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources career cluster

Quick Facts

  • Associate of Applied Science: 2-year program (60 semester credit hours)
  • Certificates: Level 1 (19–31 semester credit hours)
  • Occupational Skills Award: 13 semester credit hours
  • Full program is offered at: Northwest Campus

Summary

Our courses focus on general horticulture topics and specialties within ornamental and landscape horticulture.

Topics covered include:

  • Greenhouse operation and management
  • Landscape design, installation and maintenance
  • Nursery and retail garden center operation and management
  • Soil fertility and fertilizers
  • Pest control

Flexibility

You may take Horticulture courses during the day or at night. All courses are offered at least once as a day or night course during a 2-year period.

You can also take academic courses to prepare for advanced degrees in horticulture at senior institutions.

Or you may choose a continuing education program that does not require you to enroll in credit courses.

Program Options

Degree

Certificates

Level 1

Occupational Skills Award

Community & Industry Education (non-credit)

 

Contact

Northwest Campus

David Bulpitt, Program Coordinator
817-515-7082
david.bulpitt@tccd.edu 

Jasmine Gilmer, Academic Advisor–Public Services Division
817-515-7289
jasmine.gilmer@tccd.edu

Donna Herndon, Administrative Assistant
817-515-7660
donna.herndon@tccd.edu

Please call or email me to make an appointment.

Updated November 29, 2017