The courses and unit values on this page are representative of the typical values and courses required by this program. They may not be accurate for the degree or certificate requirements for some students, depending on your year of catalog rights.
Please refer to your appropriate catalog or see a counselor for accurate degree requirements.
This program provides instruction in the planting, growing, harvesting, and marketing of field, forage, and vegetable crops as well as irrigated and range pasture crops. See also Environmental Horticulture. Career opportunities in Crop Science include farm management, agricultural pest control, fertilizer sales and application, soil laboratory technician, irrigation equipment supply and sales, agricultural research technician.
|Required Courses: 25-28 units
|AGBS B2||Agricultural Economics 3.0|
|SOIL B1||Introduction to Soil Science 3.0|
|AGRI B1||Agriculture, Environment and Society 3.0|
|CRPS B10||Plant Biology 4.0|
|ORNH B4||Plant Propagation 3.0|
|CRPS B3||Integrated Pest Management 3.0|
| Horticulture Emphasis
|ORNH B2||Fundamentals of Nursery Management and Plant Production 3.0|
|ORNH B36||Beginning Floral Design 3.0|
|ORNH B3||Landscape Installation and Maintenance 3.0|
|ORNH B8||Introduction to Landscape Design 3.0|
| Crops Emphasis
|CRPS B1||Principles of Crop Production 3.0|
|CRPS B2||Forage Crops 3.0|
|CRPS B4||Vegetable Production 3.0|