A degree in Agroecology combines knowledge in plant and ecosystem sciences and sustainable agriculture with highly developed information management and problem-solving skills.
Golf Course Turfgrass Management Program
Better known as the "2-Year Program," this Professional Certificate Program is designed to provide students with in-class and hands-on learning opportunities.
Students in the Horticulture degree program study the science, technology, and business of producing, improving, and using fruits, vegetables, flowers, and ornamentals.
Landscape Contracting Major
A Landscape Contracting degree prepares students to construct and maintain landscapes from residential homes to large commercial and industrial projects.
Plant Sciences Major
Designed for students seeking careers in agronomic and horticultural crop production systems, sustainable agriculture and ecosystem science, crop protection, applied plant physiology, plant science research, and plant biotechnology.
Turfgrass Science Major
The Turfgrass Science degree program provides courses in basic and applied sciences, business management, and an internship to prepare students for careers in turfgrass management and related areas.