The Associate of Science in Horticulture is designed to prepare students to have a broader education basis and writing ability that can give them an advantage for promotional opportunities in the field of Horticulture.
Career opportunities for students who complete this program include technical, supervisory and management positions in the Fields of: retail, wholesale, and grower nursery management; landscape and irrigation maintenance, installation, and design; and landscape management of gardens, parks, golf courses, and sports fields.
|HORT 50 (Introduction to Horticulture)||3|
|HORT 51 (Fall Plant Material Identification)||3|
|HORT 52 (Spring Plant Material Identification)||3|
|HORT 53 (Landscape and Vineyard Pest and Disease Management)||3|
|HORT 54 (Landscape and Vineyard Soils, Fertilizers, and Irrigation)||3|
|HORT 56 (Arboriculture/Urban Forestry)||3|
|HORT 57 (Landscape and Turfgrass Mgmt)||2|
|HORT 59 (Landscape Design)||2|
|HORT 60 (Landscape Irrigation Systems)||3|
|HORT 55 (Greenhouse, Nursery, and Garden Center Management)||3|
|HORT 58 (Landscape Construction)||3|
|HORT 62 (California Native and Dry Landscapes)||2|
|HORT 63 (Sustainable Landscape)||2|
|HORT 67 (Interior Plantscapes)||2|
|HORT 71 (Fundamentals of Hydroponics and Aquaponics)||3|
|HORT 73 (Computer Aided Landscape Design)||3|
|BIO 40 (Humans and the Environment)||3|
|Total Units in the Major||31-34|
|Additional General Education and Elective Units||23-26|
See the Las Positas College General Education Pattern for Associate of Science Degree for listing of areas and courses. Double counting courses in GE and the major is permissible. The number of units that may be double counted will depend on the entry point to the degree program and the optional course(s) taken. Consult with an adviser or a counselor to plan the courses necessary to achieve your academic goal.