Degree, Diploma And Postgraduate Courses Lincoln University. List of courses. Certificate in Foundation Studies, CertFS. Certificate in horticulture, Cert Hort. Bachelor of agriculture, B agr. http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/study/courses/courses.htm
Kwantlen: Horticulture Technology Applicable upgrading courses are available at Kwantlen University College for Ph.D.(Cornell) Burns, Patrick Dip.Landscape/horticulture (Olds College agr. http://www.kwantlen.bc.ca/calendar/hortprg.html
Extractions: International Education The on-line version of the University College Calendar is the Official version. In the event of conflict between the printed version and the online version, the on-line version will prevail. Effective date of this course calendar information, unless otherwise indicated, is Sept. 1, 2004 to Aug. 31, 2005. Offered at Langley Campus Full- and Part-time Start Date: September and January Open Enrolment The Diploma program has theoretical and practical components and students are encouraged to make maximum use of the training facilities and gain competence in a realistic range of labour operations. Educational facilities include a modern glass greenhouse, a range of poly-houses, a nursery, a three-hole demonstration golf turf field lab, science labs, and a developing landscape. For the most part, students will be in small groups during practical instruction. Specializations: The horticulture industry in British Columbia continues to expand in order to meet the growing need for horticultural products and services. The expansion of the industry is making increasing demands on staff at all levels. The supply has always been limited because of the low availability of qualified people. Technologists will find numerous employment opportunities in the horticulture industry. They will have the ability, after work experience, to progress to supervisory or managerial roles in greenhouses, golf courses, landscape operations, garden centres, and nursery operations in both the private and public sectors.
Extractions: Application Procedures ... Contact Information The Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture offers the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Master of Science (M.S.), and Master of Agriculture (M.Agr.), a nonthesis degree. Areas of concentration include plant physiology, plant genetics and breeding, cell physiology and molecular biology, environmental and production horticulture, and horticultural marketing. The goal of the graduate program in horticulture at Purdue is to prepare students for professional careers in basic or applied plant science emphasizing food or ornamental crops. The Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture has an outstanding faculty representing a broad range of disciplines within horticulture and plant biology. These individuals can provide training opportunities in their areas of specialization. We recommend that potential students identify particular faculty members who share their academic interests and contact these individuals directly. Edward N. Ashworth
UT/Jackson State Community College (All Remaining courses), No Credit. horticulture, Plant Sciences 110 Introducationto Ornamental horticulture. agr 272 Landscape Plants Design, Plant Sciences 220 http://registrar.tennessee.edu/transfer/jackson.html
ISU Courses Taught agr 120 Introduction to horticulture Introduction to principles and practices indevelopment, production, and use of horticultural crops (fruits, vegetables http://www.cast.ilstu.edu/bachman/Horticulture Courses Taught.htm
Extractions: Richland Community College Courses A B C D ... H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z PLEASE NOTE In addition to the A.A., A.S. courses that transfer to "senior" institutions, many occupational or technical courses (such as Law Enforcement) are accepted by senior institutions depending on the student's major. More detailed information is available through Student Development and Services. You should always consult a counselor at Richland Community College to make sure that the courses in your degree program fit with your major and will be transferrable to the insistution of your choice. Sometimes course changes are made, but are not posted to this webpage immediately. ACCOUNTING ACCT 131 ACCT 132 ACC N-MAJ ELECT AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES IDS N-MAJ ELECT IDS N-MAJ ELECT ELECT ELECT AGRICULTURE AGR 170 AGR 110 AGR 150 AGR 130 AGR 157 AGR 205 ANTHROPOLOGY ANT ELECT ANT ELECT ANT 274 ART ART ELECT ART 104 MAJ ELECT GEN ELECT ART 103 ART 109 ART 213 MAJ ELECT MAJ ELECT MAJ ELECT ART 261 MAJ ELECT ART 232 MAJ ELECT ART 228 MAJ ELECT MAJ ELECT MAJ ELECT ART 235 MAJ ELECT ART ELECT MAJ ELECT ELECT ART ELECTIVE ART ELECTIVE ART 155 ART 156 MAJ ELECT ART 257 MAJ ELECT ART ELECT ART ELECT BIOLOGY BSC 197 BSC 196 BSC 181 DNA
University Bulletin - HOR Courses The University of Kentucky Bulletin. 19951996. HOR - horticulture. HOR 100 AN INTRODUCTION TO horticulture PROFESSIONS. ( 1) Special topical or experimental courses in crop science, soil science http://www.uky.edu/Registrar/bull9596/bullhor.html
Extractions: A detailed study of evergreen and deciduous trees, shrubs, vines, and ground covers occurring in the landscape; their systematic identification, hardiness, form, growth habit, size, culture, adaptation to environmental conditions, uses, and outstanding horticultural characteristics. Lecture, three hours; laboratory, three hours. Prereq: HOR 220. +HOR 327 WOODY PLANTS I.
Butte College Certificates & Degrees Offered All courses used to fulfill requirements for this certificate To receive an EnvironmentalHorticulture Certificate of Achievement a 20 AET 30 AGS 22* agr 99 EH http://www.butte.cc.ca.us/information/programs/careertech/ag_ornhort.html
Extractions: The Environmental Horticulture program offers an AS degree in environmental horticulture, three Certificates of Achievement, and a Certificate of Completion in floral design. A Certificate of Achievement in general Environmental Horticulture focuses on growing, maintaining, and designing with plants and flowers. It focuses on skills and knowledge pertinent to several fields of study within the Environmental Horticulture industry. The outlook for jobs in Environmental Horticulture is excellent. With over 2,000 potential employers in the north state and over 300 within the college district, opportunity is great. The major occupations include floriculture, nursery production, landscaping, sales, park maintenance, turfgrass management, research, education, and retail nursery and floristry. Butte College's programs are designed to give students skills necessary for entry-level positions in the various horticulture industries. An AS degree enhances an individual's opportunity to advance into supervisory positions. A two- or four-year degree is a job requirement in some businesses and government agencies. This is a suggested sequence of classes which may require adjustment to fulfill individual needs, or if basic skills prerequisites need to be fulfilled. Contact a faculty adviser or a counselor for Certificate and/or Associate Degree requirements. General Education and competency requirements are integrated into this sequence of study.
Extractions: High School Class: No current articulation agreements High School: College Equivalent: Credits: Savings to student: High School Class: SCI 180 Vocational Horticulture High School: CAMAS HIGH SCHOOL College Equivalent: AG 130 Intro to Horticulture Credits: Savings to student: High School Class: SCI 106 Horticulture Plant Science AND SCI 113Horticulture II High School: COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL College Equivalent: AG 130 Intro to Horticulture Credits: Savings to student: High School Class: High School: COLUMBIA RIVER HIGH SCHOOL College Equivalent: AG 130Intro to Horticulture Credits: Savings to student: High School Class: AGR 001Hort/Lab Science High School: BATTLE GROUND HIGH SCHOOL College Equivalent: AG 130Introduction to Horticulture Credits: Savings to student: High School Class: AGR 003Horticultural Science 2 High School: HERITAGE HIGH SCHOOL College Equivalent: AG 130Introduction to Horticulture Credits: Savings to student: High School Class: AGR 617Greenhouse Horticulture AND AGR 619Landscape Horticulture
J Agr Educ Ext (1995, 2, 3, Pp 51-58) J agr Educ Ext (1995, 2, 3, pp 5158). is a general degree in agriculture that includescourses in a X = 3.97, SD = .82) and Ornamental horticulture and Nursery http://library.wur.nl/ejae/v2n3-6.html
Extractions: J Agr Educ Ext (1995, 2, 3, pp 51-58) Introduction Preservice teacher education consists of the following components: (1) general education, (2) technical education, and (3) professional education (Cruickshank, 1985). A balance of the three components is essential in developing competent teachers with the required skills to succeed in the agricultural teaching profession. McCracken (1982) reported that a concern regarding the technical agricultural preparation of teachers has existed in the United States since the beginning of this century. This same writer suggested that stakeholders in the profession must address criteria that are used in assessing technical knowledge. Although there are a number of methods used to evaluate technical competence, such as industry work experience and grades received in technical agricultural courses, the two methods which this research focuses upon are cooperating teacher evaluations of technical competence of student teachers and performance tests designed to measure individual competence. Little research has been conducted to examine preservice teachers' knowledge of technical subject matter. Ary et al. (1990) stated that performance tests "measure the mastery and proficiency of individuals in different areas of knowledge." In discussing performance tests, McCracken (1982) stated: "Properly developed and validated, written tests can also be helpful in assessing a person's level of knowledge about technical subject matter."
J Agr Educ Ext (1995, J agr Educ Ext (1995, 1 , 4, pp 2540). and casual workers in agriculture and horticultureas well diversified into the provision of new courses though mostly http://library.wur.nl/ejae/v1n4-2.html
Extractions: , 4, pp 25-40 A. Errington and L. Harrison-Mayfield Abstract Agricultural education in England is at a crossroads. In line with Government policy to make public-sector service provision more responsive to market forces, the county agricultural colleges were made independent corporations on April 1st 1993. This change in status has coincided with substantial changes in the market that they have traditionally served - the school-leaver seeking to make a career in farming or horticulture. This article describes these changes and considers the main strategic options open to the agricultural colleges at this time in the light of results from a recently-completed survey exploring the use of vocational education/training provision by the rural population as a whole. It concludes that there is scope for the transformation of some agricultural colleges into Rural Business Centres providing vocational education, training and a range of related services to rural business and the rural population as a whole.
Extractions: The Department offers both graduate and undergraduate programs. The courses cover a wide range of subject in order to prepare the student for either government or private work. These programs are arranged so that the graduate may seek employment on farms, or in related industry, or in public agencies serving agriculture in Turkey or abroad, as well as to prepare the student for advanced work beyond the B.S. The Department of Agricultural Economics includes farm Management, Marketing and Agricultural Policy and Extension programs.
Extractions: The Turfgrass Management Program trains graduates to become skilled personnel as assistant golf course superintendents, landscape technicians, and turfgrass maintenance personnel. Graduates receive training in turfgrass science, irrigation systems design, and horticulture. Local career opportunities exist in all NPC district communities in varying degrees but the local areas may not be able to absorb all graduates. Graduates are needed by public, private, and state industry. Associate of Applied Science Degree
Agricultural Technology students many opportunities in horticulture and landscape Day, evening, and onlinecourses; Community and agr 115 Horticultural Computer Software Applications; http://www.ccm.edu/hns/AgProgram/
Extractions: County College of Morris · New Jersey Program Notes Established in 1980, the Landscape and Horticultural Technology Program (formerly the Agricultural Technology Program) offers students many opportunities in horticulture and landscape related professions . Strong relationships with leading industry associations including the N ew Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association the New Jersey Landscape Contractors Association, and the Association of Professional Landscape Designers insure that courses are designed to meet the needs of the aspiring professional. Day, evening, and online courses Community and Professional Programs Employer and family -friendly course schedules Affiliations with professional organizations
Bachelor In Agricultural Sciences The program provides preparatory and foundation courses in initial years and professionaleducation in third and fourth years with the options of completing http://www.iubat.edu/ACADEMIC/bsag.htm
Extractions: TOP DURATION OF STUDY The BSAG program is of 157 credit hours and usually requires full 4 years to complete for a full time student. It is possible to graduate earlier with additional course load. A semester is of 16 weeks duration, there are three semesters in a year and as such a full time student can complete the degree requirements earlier. However, most students take 4 years to complete the program. TOP COURSE OFFERINGS The curriculum requires course and practical work of 157 credit hours involving the following courses with some options : Humanities and Social Sciences Physical Sciences Computer Science Agricultural Core ... Comprehensive Examination [NOTE: AFTER USING A LINK, PLEASE USE THE BACK ICON ON YOUR BROWSER TO RETURN HERE ] BUS 101 Introduction to Business 
Landscape And Nursery Horticulture 3. Required Electives. 8. . Total. 17. *Required electives from these coursesAGR 3303 Genetics. 3. 4. ORH 4905 Independent Study in Environmental horticulture.14. http://www.reg.ufl.edu/03-04-catalog/colleges/agriculture/landscape.html
Extractions: Undergraduate Catalog Catalog Home Colleges Courses Calendars Agriculture Home Policies/Procedures Degree Requirements Programs ... hort.ifas.ufl.edu This interdisciplinary studies major offers three concentrations: environmental horticulture operations, landscape and nursery management, and public garden management. These concentrations provide skills and training for employment in Floridas diverse environmental horticulture industry, including our theme parks, nursery industry, and landscape management firms. Off-campus degree programs in landscape and nursery management and environmental horticulture operations are available through the Fort Lauderdale, Homestead, Apopka, Plant City and Milton Research and Education Centers. Landscape and Nursery Horticulture To remain on track for this major, a student must meet the following critical tracking criteria. The critical tracking courses appear in bold. Semester 1: 2.0 UF GPA required for semesters 1-5