Agriculture: Horticulture

Program Level:
Associate of Science Degree

Horticulture Associate of Science

Horticulture major leads to the Associate of Science degree and prepares the student for transfer to a four-year institution. Students completing the baccalaureate program or graduate work may be hired in the major or allied fields as a landscape designer, florist, nursery management, botanist, landscape architect or teacher. As with all programs, students who intend to transfer to a four-year institution should research the transfer institution's requirements and plan to complete the CSU GE Breadth pattern or IGETC GE pattern.

Required Courses - Major: Units
AGR100 Plant Pest and Disease Management 3
AGR108 Soils and Fertility Management 3
AGR140 Introduction to Horticulture 3
AGR240 Plant Identification - Fall 3
Plus 9 additional units from the following:
AGR102 Plant Propagation 3
AGR142 Landscape Maintenance 3
AGR144 Nursery Management and Practices 3
AGR147 Greenhouse Projects 1-3
AGR151 Landscape Irrigation 2
AGR154 Landscape Construction 3
AGR196 AGR-Occupational Work Experience Education 1-8
AGR241 Plant Identification - Spring 3
Total Major Units 21
Total Degree Units 60

Agriculture:  Horticulture - Program Requirements