The Environmental Horticulture Associate in Science degree is designed for the student desiring to enter the workforce after earning a two-year degree. Environmental Horticulture focuses on the science and art concerned with landscape design and installation, floral arts, urban forestry, the urban environment, culture, marketing, and utilization of high value, intensively cultivated flowers, fruits, vegetables, ornamental plants and trees.
Upon completion of the following courses with at least a ‘C’ grade in each course, the student will be awarded an Environmental Horticulture Associate in Science.
Environmental Horticultural Science, Horticultural Science, Ornamental Horticulture, Landscaping and Groundskeeping, Turf and Turfgrass Management, Viticulture and Enology, Plant Nursery Operations and Management, Greenhouse Operations and Management, Agricultural and Horticultural Plant Breeding.
Upon successful completion, the student will:
Arborist, Floral Designer or Florist, Greenhouse Grower, Irrigation Specialist, Landscape Architect, Landscape Contractor, Pest Control Advisor, Plant Breeder, Sports Turf Superintendent, Urban Forester and more.
Total Units: 33
|ORNH B1||Introduction to Ornamental Horticulture||3.0|
|ORNH B2||Fundamentals of Nursery Management and Plant Production||3.0|
|ORNH B3||Landscape Installation and Maintenance||3.0|
|ORNH B4||Plant Propagation||3.0|
|ORNH B6||Ornamental Plant Identification: Ground Covers, Vines, and Dwarf Shrubs||3.0|
|ORNH B7||Ornamental Plant Identification: Large Shrubs, Small Trees, Large Trees & Palms||3.0|
|ORNH B8||Introduction to Landscape Design||3.0|
|ORNH B36||Beginning Floral Design||3.0|
|CRPS B5||Plant Science||3.0|
|CRPS B3||Integrated Pest Management||3.0|
|SOIL B1||Introduction to Soil Science||3.0|