V09 Greenhouse Management 1 (15 credits)
Course teaches practices in greenhouse management and greenhouse crops, and nursery garden center management. Classroom lectures and practices are combined with hands-on applications in the greenhouse and in the field. Students gain knowledge in greenhouse crops and production, greenhouse industry and history, soils, plant propagation, growth regulators, classification and identification, pest management, and horticultural business management. Students will also earn 5 additional science elective credits for completing the program.
V10 Greenhouse Management 2 (15 credits)
Instruction emphasizes work in floral design, interior plants, annuals, bulbs, grasses and perennials, including experimental design of plants. Students will propagate, manage, and sell greenhouse plants. Prerequisite: V09. Students will also earn 5 additional science elective credits for completing the program.
V43 Urban Agriculture (15 credits)
This yearlong course looks at how urbanized areas can rebuild an agricultural base within the confines of a structured societal system. It looks to reclaim urban settings to produce plant and animal food products using holistic practices to support the well-being of its residents as well as providing esthetics to the landscape. Students will also earn 4 additional science elective credits for completing the program.