Programs in horticulture explore the science and art of plant cultivation and use of ornamentals in the landscape. Graduates are prepared for employment in a variety of horticultural businesses, including the green industry, landscape design and management, greenhouse
production and management, and managerial positions with corporate,
commercial and governmental entities. They may also choose self-employment
in the field of horticulture. The career studies programs allow students to specialize in landscape design, landscape management, or plant production.
A cooperative education program allows students to earn academic credit and supplement their income while they gain work experience at local sites.
i-INCURR - TCC's portal that houses course and program information and curriculum guides.
Horticulture courses are offered only on the Chesapeake Campus. Visit the Horticulture website.