Creating healthier food & more beautiful communities
Our Department of Horticulture has been recognized nationally for its research programs, its student-centered faculty members and its high rate of employment for graduates. As a horticulture major, you’ll learn how to establish, propagate, harvest and manage fruits, vegetables and ornamental plants. You’ll also learn the principles of landscape design to create and manage aesthetically pleasing environments.
Major Curriculum Options & Requirements
What can I do with a Major in Horticulture?
- Landscape Design
- Greenhouse Management
- Nursery Management
- Botanical Gardening
- Nursery Production
- Environmental Conservation
- Natural Resource Management
- Fruit & Vegetable Production
- Organic Gardening & Farming
- Arboretum Design, Development
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