General Horticulture - Online and Distance Education

General Horticulture



Cultivate. Innovate. Manicure. Arrange. Beautify the world while building a career in horticultural science.

A recently published report from the USDA indicates that graduates with degrees and certifications in agriculture-related fields (including horticulture) will be in high demand, with an estimated 57,900 high-skilled job openings annually between 2015 and 2020 (Gallager, Greenhouse Grower, 2015). Employers are looking for graduates with expertise in food, agriculture, renewable resources and the environment. The demand for employees may well be greater than the supply of horticulture graduates.

Learn more about each of these horticultural science career paths and explore employment opportunities that align with your green thumb.

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Love biology, biotechnology, and other applied sciences? Always enjoyed helping plants grow? Most of our graduates build rewarding careers in one of the following positions:


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