Introduction To Landscape Horticulture (agr) and his M.Sc in Plant Pathology a total combined experience of 42 years inhorticulture. as instructors in Continuing Education courses including Plant http://www.nsac.ns.ca/cde/courses/EnvHort/introlandscapehort.htm
Extractions: Course Content Instructors Course Details This thirteen week course, offered one day a week, is intended to introduce you to this very diverse field and to help you understand how plants respond to their growing environment. A range of background information, terminology and an in-depth look at some interesting aspects of landscape horticulture will be part of our agenda. Classroom instruction will be combined with outdoor labs and assignments. Jeff Morton received his B.Sc.(Agr.) from NSAC in 1979, his B.Ed. B.Sc. (Agr) and his M.Sc in Plant Pathology from the University of Guelph. Jeff was employed as a Landscape and Nursery Extension Specialist with the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing until 2000. Jeff is an environmental horticulturist and is currently working as a professional consultant for Morton Horticultural Associates. Jeff is the President of Landscape Nova Scotia. Stuart Gibb and Sherry Chaisson are Horticultural Technicians in the Environmental Horticulture Program with the Department of Environmental Sciences at the NSAC. They bring a total combined experience of 42 years in horticulture. They have been actively involved as instructors in Continuing Education courses including Plant Identification and Horticultural Therapy.
Teagasc - Kildalton College - courses. Kildalton College provides training in agriculture, horticulture, machineyand horses HETAC addon National Diploma in agriculture or to the B agr Sc at http://www.teagasc.ie/kildalton/courses.htm
Extractions: Home Press Releases Events Publications ... Key Contacts Kildalton College provides training in agriculture, horticulture, machiney and horses. Each lecturer carries responsibility for the enterprise which they teach. This ensures that the teaching is based on practical experience and good husbandry. This course covers all the main farming enterprises. Students receive instruction in the theory and practice of farming with an opportunity to apply this knowledge while working on the college farm. Having completed this course students are eligible to apply for a HETAC add-on National Diploma in Agriculture or to the B Agr Sc at UCD. More info This course is for people who wish to make their career in farming but who do not wish to complete a third level agricultural course. The course is very suitable for future farmers and for people seeking employment on farms. More Info This course trains people for the agri-service industry, as field or laboratory technicians or sales personnel.
UGA Horticulture | Undergraduate Program agribusiness courses. of Emphasis) of Horticultural Electives (Hrs required - -General horticulture 15-16 HORT 3010 (Intro Veg), 3. HORT 4800 (agr Biotech), 3. http://www.uga.edu/hort/UndCurHort.html
Extractions: (FRESHMEN/SOPHOMORE REQUIREMENTS) A. ESSENTIAL SKILLS Hrs E. SOCIAL SCIENCES Hrs ENGL (English Composition I) HIST or (American History) ENGL (English Composition II) POLS (American Government) MATH (Precalculus) Electives B. INSTITUTIONAL OPTIONS F. RELATED COURSES AAEC (Microeconomics) or ECON (Microeconomics) or STAT (Elem. Statistics) C. HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS CHEM (Freshman Chem. II) SPCM (Intro Public Speaking) HORT (Hort Sci) Elective HORT (Hort Prof) Free Electives D. SCIENCE PBIO or BIOL (Prin Plant Biol or Prin Biol I) Total Core Curriculum (Fresh/Soph) CHEM (Freshman Chem. I) Physical Education PBIO or BIOL 1108-1108L (Organismal Plant Biol or Prin Biol II) Junior/Senior Requirements All Horticulture Majors must take these classes Required of all majors (18 hrs) Hrs CRSS (Soils and Hydrology) HORT (Internship) HORT (Postharvest Phys) HORT (Env PhyHort) HORT (Soil Fert/Plant Nutr) HORT (Env Issues Hort)
Extractions: The Agriculture program with the emphasis in General Agriculture and Turfgrass Management trains graduates to become skilled personnel within Agribusiness, Landscaping, Nursery and Golf Course industries. Graduates receive training in turfgrass science, horticulture and animal science. Local career opportunities exist in all Northland district communities in varying degree. Students must complete the following core credits: AGR 104 Animal Husbandry 3 cr. AGR 110 Animal Industry 3 cr. AGR 112 Animal Diseases 3 cr. AGR 114 Forest and Range Plants 3 cr. AGR 115 Forest and Range Ecology 3 cr. AGR 120 Soils 3 cr. AGR 125 Basic Horticulture 3 cr. AGR 142 Landscape Construction Principles 2 cr. AGR 205 Animal Breeding 3 cr. AGR 210 Range Management 3 cr. AGR 120 Soils 3 cr. AGR 125 Basic Horticulture 3 cr. AGR 140 Principles of Turfgrass Science 2 cr. AGR 141 Establishment and Management Procedures 2 cr. AGR 142 Landscape Construction Principles 2 cr.
UPLB Graduate School: Plant Breeding of the Departments of agronomy, horticulture, and Silviculture have taken the followingfoundation courses or their agr 150 Methods in Plant Breeding STAT 162 http://www.uplb.edu.ph/academics/schools/gs/degprog/inter/dp_pb.html
Extractions: The MS/ PhD in Plant Breeding program is a common degree program for masters and doctoral students of the Departments of Agronomy, Horticulture, and Silviculture and Forest Influences who are specializing in plant breeding. The students department affiliation is generally determined by his crop of interest. A core course need not be included in the program of study if the course or its equivalent has been taken by the student. Determination of equivalence shall be the prerogative of the academic department offering the course. If an equivalent course was taken outside UPLB, the student must pass a validating examination, which shall be given by the department offering the course.
Career Directions Database of professional work experience scheduled within the four years and integratedwith the academic courses. B.agr.Sc.in Landscape horticulture This course http://www.careerdirections.ie/CDW3C/AccessDBAllCareerDetails.jsp?id=754
Latvian University Of Agriculture design, rural tourism, untraditional horticulture, etc. in requirements- Bachelorof agriculture (B.agr.). Part B - compulsory courses - mathematical statistics http://www.aic.lv/HE_2002/HE_LV/Progr/LLU/llu_un.htm
Extractions: graduate programmes LATVIAN NAME Latvijas Lauksaimniecîbas universitâte FOUNDED 1863 as Agriculture Department of Riga Polytechnic Institute; present name since 1990 STATUS State institution RECTOR Prof.. P e teris Bu s manis ADDRESS Lielâ iela 2, Jelgava LV-3001, LATVIA PHONE FAX WWW http://www.llu.lv E-MAIL email@example.com FACULTIES Faculty of Agriculture - Liel a iela 2, Jelgava, LV-3001, LATVIA
Horticulture- TTU Ag Programs Of Study Integrated Pest Management AGHT 3400 Landscape horticulture AGHT 3410 Select 1 ofthe following courses - BIOL 3200 AGHT elective (May use one agr 3940/3950 http://www.tntech.edu/agriculture/Academic_Programs/AGHT.htm
Extractions: Horticulture combines training in the biological and physical sciences and sound plant cultural practices. Training is offered in plant propagation, handling of flowers, fruits, vegetables, and landscaping. Graduates enter careers in production, processing, sales, education, and in governmental agencies. For more information contact Dr. Douglas Airhart
TTUClass Optional notes are listed under the individual courses. 0 CLOSED 00073 004 IND 04TBA TBA SH 010 Airhart,D 0/ 0 CLOSED AGHT5950 horticulture Topics 00078 agr. http://www.tntech.edu/classsched/03f/rbtclassall_www.html
Extractions: Optional notes are listed under the individual courses. Each note refers only to the course directly above the note. AHSC-4547 Corporate Etiquette 03753 R50 LEC 03 TBA Brown,A 8/ 30 OPEN Regents Degree Online www.tntech.edu/webcourses BIT -1150 Intro to Microcomputers 03767 R50 LEC 03 TBA Hix,B 3/ 30 OPEN Regents Degree Online www.tntech.edu/webcourses
Faculty Of Horticulture at the same time as Chiba College of horticulture. The taught courses for undergraduatesare Practical Training Yutaka Noma, D.agr., Professor, (physiology of http://www.chiba-u.ac.jp/EN/catalogue/page/FA_HORTICULTURE.htm
Extractions: Dean: Prof. Toyoki Kozai Overview The Faculty of Horticulture is composed of three departments; Bioproduction Science, Environmental Science and Landscape Architecture, and Horticultural Economics. The three departments are subdivided into nine divisions. The first department has four divisions; Horticultural Plant Science, Environmental Science for Plant Production, Horticultural Plant Engineering, and Bioresources Chemistry. The second department has three divisions; Landscape Architecture, Landscape Planning and Technology, and Green Environmental Ecosystems. The third has two divisions: Horticultural Business Management and Information Science, and Bioresources Economics. There are thirty-five laboratories attached to these nine divisions. The Graduate School of Science and Technology in collaboration with the Faculty of Horticulture offer graduate degree programs (masters and doctor of philosophy) in various natural science fields. Many Faculty members also teach in the Graduate School. Aside from these degree programs, the Faculty also includes the Special Division of Practical Horticulture that offers a two-year diploma course for teaching theories and practical techniques in horticulture. The University Farms, located in three major horticultural crop growing areas of the country, provide the students and research staff with farm land for education, research experiments and farm practice. The Faculty library, a branch of the university library system, supports the research and teaching activities of the Faculty.
Extractions: Home Contact Us Access Maps Abbreviations ... Admission Academics International Exchange Sister Universities Supports Chiba ... Faculty of Horticulture Bioproduction refers to the propagation and protection of all useful bioresources that support sustainable agriculture necessary for human existence and man's living biosphere. The subject topics of bioproduction apply not only to every kind of cultivated plant, but also to useful animals such as natural enemies to crop pests and useful microorganisms used in the food industry or as pest control agents. Bioproduction science covers the broad fields of agriculture, biochemistry, biotechnology, food science and bioengineering, and other related academic fields. All the research fields are interconnected in terms of research materials or technical procedures, and therefore it is possible to promote collaborative research activities. The department is organized as a conglomerate of four specialized divisions in order to carry out various bioproduction studies: Horticultural Plant Science, Environmental Science for Plant Production, Horticultural Plant Engineering and Bioresources Chemistry. Each division provides a unique and favorable academic environment for students to study with modern technology and facilities. From the viewpoint of scientific activities, the department employs many leading scientists from various fields, and provides students with excellent educational and research opportunities. This department conducts a wide variety of professional courses relating to bioproduction studies. There are about 130 courses available to students within the four divisions. Students are required to complete 124 credits including five compulsory courses (15 credits).
HORTICULTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE-IRELAND These courses of 2.53 years duration have a agriculture UCD has undergraduate (B.agr.Sc.)degree programmes in Commercial horticulture and Landscape http://www.agr.kuleuven.ac.be/intorg/ica/guide/ireland/page3.htm
Horticulture - Sweden with the purpose of providing a comprehensive view of horticulture in relation to Afterthe first year compulsory courses are given in Ecology; Mathematics and http://www.agr.kuleuven.ac.be/intorg/ica/guide/sweden/page3.htm
NC State Nursery Crop Science-Websites For Nurserymen such as nursery associations, or horticulture courses or nursery with websites, aswell as horticulture and nursery of agriculture http//www.agr.state.nc.us. http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/nursery/links/website_nurserymen2.htm
Extractions: Computers, websites and e-mail may not be for everybody, but if you are willing to try it, there is a lot of information about anything you can think of on the internet; including lots of information on horticulture, nurseries and nursery suppliers, associations and agencies important to the nursery industry, newletters, magazines and university educational materials. The internet has the most current information about nearly any topic and is increasing in websites and users at a phenomenal rate. For information about horticulture or nurseries you can choose your favorite search engine such as Yahoo!, InfoSeek, WebCrawler, Excite Lycos and several others. If you put in words or phrases such as: nursery associations, or horticulture courses or nursery and landscape businesses ,the search will reveal several pages of websites. The websites and email addresses that I am including here are ones that I have found as I have read electronic newsletters and from other various e-mail messages I have received. Generally these are non-commercial websites including nursery associations and societies, government agencies, universities, electronic newsletters and magazines, with a few other interesting websites thrown in. My lists are not intended to be all inclusive so I hope no one is upset if an important website has been left off. Just drop me a note (my e-mail address is included) and I will add it to my list.
Cleveland State Community College agr 1610 Principles of horticulture. agr 1710 Integrated Pest Maintenance.agr 2210 Soil Science. Barry McCaskill moved the courses be deleted. http://www.clevelandstatecc.edu/FacStaff/committees/CAS_Minutes/Feb_13_minutes.h
Extractions: Cleveland State Community College Curriculum and Academic Standards Committee Minutes February 13, 2003 2:45 p.m. ATTENDANCE: Luba Chliwniak (represented by Spencer Culbreth) Spencer Culbreth Tom Fox David Guardiani Denice King (represented by Mike Dorset) Frank McKenzie Nan Montgomery Ken Newton Harry Orr (represented by Barry McCaskill) Amy Patten Nancy Thomas Charles Wheeler Sherra Witt L. E. Wooten Midge Burnette, ex-officio Mike Dorset, ex-officio Marie Lally, ex-officio Barry McCaskill, ex-officio ABSENT: Patricia Bishop Patricia Jenkins Scott Redmond Kati Ward Alan Cooper, ex-officio Cele Curtis, ex-officio Carl Hite, ex-officio Mary Evelyn Lynn, ex-officio John Squires, ex-officio Michael Stokes, ex-officio Jerome Taylor, ex-officio Steve Warren, ex-officio Fred Wood, ex-officio The Curriculum and Academic Standards Committee met on Thursday, January 30, at 2:45 p.m. in A209. The Committee considered the following agenda items: Minutes for the January 30 th Meeting The minutes were approved with no changes. Frank McKenzie moved that the minutes be approved.
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE CERTIFICATE ) FLCC Students should contact their faculty advisor for courses required in each specialization.First Semester, agr 100 Soil Science. HRT 110 Ornamental horticulture. http://www.fingerlakes.edu/academics/horticulture_cert/
Extractions: This one-year certificate program is designed for individuals currently employed in the ornamental horticulture-landscaping plant preservation fields who desire further training or who wish to update their skills and knowledge. It also serves as an exploratory program for those individuals who have a general interest in flowers and plants and wish to grow ornamental plants or plan to manage their own landscapes. In addition, it is well suited for individuals in both the public and private sector who are responsible for horticultural decisions. Students in this program may specialize in plant protection, general ornamental horticulture or landscaping. Students should contact their faculty advisor for courses required in each specialization. First Semester Credit Hours BIO 121 General Biology I HRT 151 Plant Materials AGR 100 Soil Science HRT 110 Ornamental Horticulture Horticulture Elective Second Semester Credit Hours HRT 200 Pest Management and Control
A.A.S. ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE ) FLCC need to take some additional course work to better prepare them for courses includedin HRT 110 Introduction to Ornamental horticulture. 3. agr 100 Soil Science. http://www.fingerlakes.edu/academics/horticulture/schedule.html
Extractions: First Semester Credit Hours BIO 121 General Biology I HRT 110 Introduction to Ornamental Horticulture AGR 100 Soil Science ENG 101 Freshman English HRT 151 Plant Materials Health/Physical Education Elective Second Semester Credit Hours BIO 251 Plant Structure and Function BIO 280 Entomology CON 103 Environmental Chemistry Testing and Analysis Horticulture Elective ENG 102 Introduction to Literature Health/Physical Education Elective Third Semester Credit Hours CON 202 Principles of Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology BIO 260 Plant Pathology *Mathematics Elective OR Small Business Management Social Science Elective Horticulture Elective Health/Physical Education Elective Fourth Semester Credit Hours HRT 200 Pest Management Horticulture Elective Horticulture Elective