Program Start Date: Fall or spring terms
Minimum Program Length: 2 terms evening
Landscape management students develop skills in the use of modern techniques and materials in landscape management.
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Students participate in special projects utilizing the College's ornamental garden and adjacent grounds for both observation and study.
Landscape management and nursery fields
This certificate is designed especially for individuals already employed in landscape management and nursery businesses and for individuals desiring specific training in the major courses. The program is offered in the evening to accommodate individuals working in the industry; students may enroll fall or spring term. Credits earned may be applied to the horticulture associate degree; students should verify transfer of credits from the certificate to the associate program with the department head.
EEDA Career Cluster
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources; Architecture & Construction
Course Requirements for Landscape Management
A. General Education Courses (followed by number of credit hours)
B. Major Courses (followed by number of credit hours)
HRT 104 Landscape Design (3)
HRT 113 Plant Materials (3)
HRT 121 Commercial Irrigation (3)
HRT 144 Plant Pests (3)
HRT 153 Landscape Construction (3)
HRT 241 Turf Management (3)
C. Electives and/or other Additional Courses Required for Graduation
Minimum semester credit hours required for graduation: 18