The online Bachelor of Science in Horticulture program teaches students about contemporary issues facing professional horticulturists and problem-solving through labs, projects, field-based practices, and more. The curriculum helps students learn about the principles and practices associated with horticultural production within the context of plant pathology, pest management, soils, ecology, and economics with applications in various horticulture career fields. Courses may include:
Students are required to complete a 360-hour internship.
Must be a graduate from standard (private) or regionally accredited (public) high school or equivalent
ACT / SAT scores
Accreditation & Licensing
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
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