Students pursuing this degree will specialize in production, management and design in the following areas: Floral Design and Interior Plantscaping, Greenhouse Management, Turfgrass Management, Nursery Production and Arboriculture - Urban Forestry. Students take 16 hours general education requirements as required for all AAS degrees. Students will take 32 hours of core required horticulture courses that will give them a well-rounded background in plant science, pest management and sustainability techniques and practices. Students can then tailor their degree by taking 20 hours of courses specific to their field of interest.
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