|Degree:||Diploma; Co-op; University Transfer
|Field of Study:||Applied Horticulture/Horticulture Operations, General
|Description:||As a student, you'll learn how to build and maintain landscapes, gardens and indoor spaces. You'll study arboriculture, landscape design, plant identification, plant production and business management. You'll even participate in national events such as Skills Canada, Canada Blooms and Landscape Congress.
A horticulture education has to include a hands-on component, right? As part of the program you'll have full access to the on-campus greenhouse designed exclusively for Horticultural students. You'll also be able to work in the 100-acre "living lab" that is the Fanshawe campus, including the A.M. Cuddy Garden near Strathroy. That means 80 per cent of the time you'll be out of the classroom, getting your hands dirty. Not bad, eh?