- Associate in Applied Science Degree
- Program location:
- Fort Omaha Campus
The Horticulture Certificate prepares students to work in a nursery or landscaping business by providing instruction that focuses on production, handling, sale, and use of crops, plants, and woody ornamentals. Propagation, planting, cultural practices, harvesting, packaging, shipping, and maintenance are all covered.
|Course Track Offerings||25.0 – 33.0|
|Total Credit Hours Required||94.0 – 102.0|
General Education Requirements - 27.0 Credit Hrs.
|MATH 1240 Applied Mathematics||4.5|
|HMRL 1010 Human Relations Skills||4.5|
|INFO 1001 Information Systems and Literacy||4.5|
Major Requirements for Horticulture - 42.0 Credit Hrs.
|BIOS 1410 Not found||4.5|
|HORT 1100 Introduction to Horticulture||6.0|
|HORT 1110 Perennials: Culture and Identification||3.0|
|HORT 1112 Annuals: Culture and Identification||3.0|
|HORT 1113 Turfgrass Management||3.0|
|HORT 2120 Plant Propagation by Seeds||3.0|
|HORT 2121 Vegetative Plant Propagation||3.0|
|HORT 2130 Horticulture Business Operations||4.5|
|HORT 2216 Horticulture Diseases||4.5|
|HORT 2217 Horticulture Insects||4.5|
|HORT 2981 Internship||3.0|
Students interested in a Horticulture option should consult with faculty or Student Services when planning their studies.
Option Requirements for Horticulture 25.0-33.0 Credit Hrs.
The Horticulture options are available in the areas listed below. See the following pages for specific additional courses required to satisfy each option.