With a degree or certificate in Horticulture, you could be working in a variety of careers.
- Landscape designer
- Golf course superintendent
- Grounds superintendent for a school, college, park, industrial complex or municipality
- Turf manager for construction contractor, country club, highway department, sod farm or landscape contractor
- Retail or wholesale greenhouse operator
- Floral designer
- Garden center manager
- Fruit and vegetable retail or wholesale manager
Plant a seed. Watch it grow.
Students not able to perform the essential functions of the job of a horticulturist may not be able to pass the required courses.
All degree and certificate students must take an assessment placement test before entering the program.
For more information about the Horticulture program, contact Program Coordinator Kurt Range at
618-235-2700, ext. 5135/5361, or email@example.com.