About the Program
Today’s horticulture industry offers careers that go beyond landscaping and floral design. Associate degree graduates of horticulture programs can become natural area managers, arborists and owners and managers of sustainable farms as well as landscape designers and business owners. CLC Horticulture program offers Associate in Applied Science degrees in five specialty areas as well as six certificate options.
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Graduates of academic horticulture programs have become arborists, growers, retailers, landscape managers, landscape designers, turf managers, florists and floral shop owners, forestry experts, natural areas managers and public garden employees.
Why study at CLC?
CLC’s Horticulture program has been developed with the advice of industry experts, and our facilities include new hoop houses that extend the growing season. In addition to the focus on traditional horticulture specialties, our program also includes a new Sustainable Agriculture degree and certificate option.