Landscape Management trains students for management positions in the landscape industry.
Landscape Management trains students for management positions in the landscape industry. The curriculum combines plant science, design and business management courses enabling graduates to meet the challenges of careers in the green industry.
The curriculum provides a strong foundation in the plant sciences, which in combination with business management courses enables graduates to meet the challenges of industry, public horticulture, and entrepreneurship. Incorporated throughout the program are opportunities to become exposed to professional representatives from the horticulture and landscape management fields.
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The landscape management industry is a multi-billion industry. Recent mergers have resulted in the development of landscape management corporations with career opportunities throughout the United States. These corporations have also become multifaceted with divisions in design/build, maintenance and environmental design. The rapid expansion of the industry has created a strong demand for management personnel. Students graduating from the University of Maryland Landscape Management Program may pursue a career as any of the following:
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