Palmetto Professional Landscape
Professional landscape management and nursery students will obtain knowledge and skills via online instruction to work in the horticulture industry and to help sustain the landscape and surrounding environmental.
Students learn critical aspects of the landscape and business to successful work with companies to create environmentally friendly landscapes.
Landscape management, installation, public and government landscape positions
This online certificate is designed especially for individuals already employed in the landscape and nursery industry and for individuals desiring specific training in the major courses. The program is offered online using various multimedia programs and techniques in order to accommodate students seeking the knowledge but may not be able to attend a traditional class. This certificate will provide training and testing for the SC Commercial Pesticide License and the SC Environmental Landscape Certification. Credit earned may be applied to the horticulture associate degree; students should verify transfer of credits from the certificate to the associate degree program with the department chair.
EEDA Career Cluster
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources; Architecture & Construction
Course Requirements for Horticulture Technology
A. General Education Courses (followed by number of credit hours)
B. Major Courses (followed by number of credit hours)
HRT 113 Plant Materials (3)
HRT 144 Plant Pest (3)
HRT 153 Landscape Construction (3)
HRT 169 Sustainability in Horticulture (3)
HRT 200 Horticulture Business Management (3)
HRT 241 Turf Management (3)
C. Electives and/or Additional Hours Required for Graduation
Minimum semester credit hours required for graduation: 18