Public Garden Management
For students interested in conservation, display gardens and plant collection management involving arboreta, botanic gardens, zoological gardens, parks and other organizations.
Restoration and Conservation
For those students who seek positions involving the design, development, restoration and/or maintenance of natural and man made landscapes.
Sustainable Landscape Plant Production
For those students who are interested in sustainability issues involving fruit and nut crops, vegetables, nursery, and greenhouse crops within our rapidly changing climate.
Urban Agriculture and Food Production
For students interested in food and ornamental plant production practices that emphasize organic, community-focused methods and strategies.
Additional Areas of Interest
You might also consider these areas of study:
- Landscape design
- Safe and healthy food
- Horticultural marketing
- Horticultural education
- Horticultural therapy
- Environmental horticulture
- Urban horticulture
- Horticultural writing and/or illustration
Or perhaps you have a different idea or focus—the program areas described above are not meant to be all-inclusive and additional programs of study specific to the interests and objectives of individual students within the Master of Professional Studies in Horticulture program are acceptable and encouraged.