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Horticulture, Land Systems, and Management

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What is 'Horticulture, Land Systems, and Management'? (HLSM)

Horticulture prepares students for careers in the nursery and landscaping business by focusing on growth and use of greenhouse crops, flower crops, bedding crops, foliage plants, ornamentals, propagation, planting, and harvesting of plants.

What Degrees are Available?

Horticulture, Land Systems, and Management (HLAAS)

     Floriculture (HLMFO)

     Grounds Management (HLMGO)

     Horticulture Management (HLMHO)

     Landscape Design (HLMLO)

     Small Market Farming (HLMSO)

Certificates

     Horticulture Certificate of Achievement (HLHCE)

     Arboriculture Career Certificate (HLACC)

     Floriculture Career Certificate (HLFCC)

     Landscape Design Career Certificate (HLLCC)

     Nursery and Landscape Management Career Certificate (HLNCC)

     Plant Production and Propagation Career Certificate (HLPCC)

     Small Market Farming Career Certificate (HLSCC)

Course Descriptions

Is it for you?

If you enjoy plants, flowers and landscaping horticulture is for you. The Fort Omaha Campus is the site of a statewide arboretum which provides a dynamic plan to study and learn.

Jobs and Salary Expectations

Positions with other experience can pay over $40,000 per year.

Horticulture Faculty and Staff

Kristina Engler

Todd Morrissey

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