Landscape, Nursery, and Greenhouse Management
The Nursery and Greenhouse Management major is a horticulture-based program that prepares students for opportunities in plant propagation, the production and marketing of potted crops, bedding plants, trees, shrubs, and cut flowers, and in landscape plant management. This is an exciting major for students interested in owning or managing a nursery or greenhouse, attending graduate school in horticulture, working for university extension offices and research greenhouses, maintaining landscapes and parks, or working as wholesale horticultural-product brokers. Students in this major are encouraged to gain hands-on experience and earn scholarships through participation in the Horticulture Club.
Learn it. Grow it. Manage it.
Employment and Career Possibilities within this major
- Greenhouse or Nursery manager
- Pest Control Specialist
- Landscape Supervisor
- Wholesale Horticulture-Product Broker
- Horticulture Marketing Specialist
- Extension Specialist
Examples of Required/Preferred classes for freshman
- Biology 106, Biology 107, OR Biology 120
- Chem 102: Chem Related to Life Sci OR Chem 106: Princ. Of Chem II
- H_D 205: Dev. Effective Com. OR Com 102: Com in Info.Soc
- Hort/Crop_Sci 102: Cultivated Plants
- Soil_Sci 201: Soil: A Living System
Landscape, Nursery, and Greenhouse Management Advising Sheet
Check out this short video to learn what one grad student did with his degree.