Horticulture Science

In this broad major, you’ll find two concentrations focused on the business of horticulture: Horticultural Production & Marketing and Landscape Horticulture & Design. Communication and education are featured in the Public Horticulture concentration, while applied horticulture research and basic plant biology make up the focus of the Plant Science concentration. In horticulture, you’ll gain and apply knowledge from many disciplines, including biology, chemistry, ecology, engineering, communication, business, and education. Your degree prepares you to solve real-world problems related to the study, production, use, and management of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and landscape plants.

Concentrations include:


Contact Information:

Michael Dana


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