The academic minor in Horticultural Science is offered to students who desire a strong foundation in the principles of horticultural science. Students may choose to enhance their own major by selecting courses in a specialized area of horticulture such as fruits and vegetables, ornamentals, floriculture, or landscape horticulture, or they may pursue a more general approach to the entire field of study.
Required Courses (7 credit hours)
Elective Courses (9 credit hours)
Choose three (3) courses from the following:
HS 200 Home Horticulture (3 cr)
HS 302 Gardening With Herbaceous Perennials (3 cr)
HS 303 Ornamental Plant Identification I (3 cr)
HS 304 Ornamental Plant Identification II (3 cr)
HS 305 Indoor Plantscapes: Identification and Use (3 cr)
HS 411 Nursery Management (3 cr)
HS 421 Temperate-Zone Tree Fruits: Physiology and Culture (3 cr)
HS 422 Small Fruit Production (3 cr)
HS 431 Vegetable Production (4 cr)
HS 432 Permaculture: Sustainable Living (3 cr)
HS 440 Greenhouse Management (3 cr)
HS 442 Floriculturel Crop Production (3 cr)
HS 462 Postharvest Physiology (3 cr)
HS 471 Tree and Grounds Maintenance (4 cr)
Admissions and Certification of Minor
Students who plan to minor in Horticultural Science should contact Departmental Undergraduate Coordinator listed below for consultation and approval. The Undergraduate Coordinator will assign a minor adviser who will monitor the student's progress. Students should complete a "Declare a Minor" form and submit to Registration and Records.
The student must complete the "Application for Minor" form be kept on file in the Undergraduate Coordinator's office until the student's final semester at which time the proper procedure for certification of the minor will be completed.
Contact PersonProfessor Bryce Lane