College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Plant Science & Landscape Architecture


Agricultural Sciences and Technology is a science based curriculum that allows students to obtain technological skills in a broad area of agricultural studies. Agricultural Sciences and Technology students are required to take courses in Plant Science, Agricultural Economics, Animal Sciences, Environmental Science and Technology, and Pest Management. The high number of restricted and non-restricted electives in this curriculum allows students the flexibility to develop an academic program compatible with their personal interests and goals.
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Landscape Architects lead, educate, and participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our built and natural environments.The Landscape Architecture curriculum is a four-year professional program.
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Plant Science Program

Plant Sciences combines basic science courses with applied technical classes to prepare students for the many and varied careers in this growing field.  Students seeking a Plant Sciences degree must complete requirements in one of the following Areas of Concentration:  Horticulture and Crop Production, Landscape Management, Plant Science, Turf and Golf Course Management, or Urban Forestry.
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