The Horticulture – Landscape Design degree is a professional degree built to equip students with an extensive knowledge base in ornamental horticulture and environmental design. Ecology, botany, and art are combined in this degree to equip students to work in the ever growing ‘green industry,’ joining creative professionals who like nature and working with it. The graduates of this degree are ready for immediate employment with many offered a position before graduation.
Agriculture major credits selected in consultation with an advisor from AGRI, ANSI, and HORT courses to fulfill the remaining 60 required.
Andrews Core Experience
Students must take all courses designated in the Professional Degree Requirements of the Andrews Core Experience while noting the following approved course substitutions. If a student changes to another degree program, these course substitutions will no longer apply even if already completed.