Horticulture encompasses a unique blend of science, art, and technology. Horticultural crops include trees, shrubs, tropical plants, herbs, flowers, fruits, vegetables and nuts, which are grown and used throughout the world. The horticulture industry is the second largest agricultural industry in the state and offers graduates a multitude of diverse career opportunities. Our flexible degree plans enable students to develop programs tailored to their unique goals.
Undergraduate certificates provide students with a focused and specialized education in a specific field of study, allowing them to develop valuable skills and knowledge. These certificates can enhance a student’s resume and make them more competitive in the job market, as they demonstrate a commitment to continuous learning and professional development. Additionally, undergraduate certificates offer an opportunity for career exploration and can serve as a stepping stone towards further education or advanced degrees.
Floral Design Certificate
The Floral Design Certificate, offered by the Department of Horticultural Sciences, contains 16 hours of concentrated study in the area of floral design for events, parties and weddings.
Landscape Management Certificate
The Landscape Management Certificate, offered by the Department of Horticultural Sciences, contains 15 hours of concentrated study in the areas of landscape design, construction, and maintenance, turfgrass management, and landscape business operations.
Viticulture and Enology Certificate
The Viticulture and Enology Certificate, offered by the Department of Horticultural Sciences, contains 15 hours of concentrated study in the areas of viticulture, pre- and post-fermentation winemaking processes, wine etiquette, and sensory evaluation.
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