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Bachelor's Degree in Horticulture

Learn to enhance private and public spaces with ornamental plants, fruits and vegetables through landscape design, technology and horticulture science.

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Bachelor's Degree in Horticulture

B.S. in horticulture; minor

Our landscapes, homes and public buildings are surrounded and enriched by horticulture. Horticulture combines art and skill with science and technology for sustainably growing, distributing and using ornamental plants, fruits and vegetables.

This field seeks to improve and sustain our environment and enhance our mental well-being.


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One of the department’s greatest strengths is faculty members who are genuinely committed to teaching and serving as great advisors. They make it a point to get to know their students. With an average student-to-faculty ratio of 15 to 1, individual attention is strongly emphasized.

The K-State Horticulture Club offers many opportunities for students to work together on various club fundraising activities that include growing chrysanthemums and bedding plants, selling roses for Valentine’s Day and creating wreaths for Christmas.

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Hands-on student employment opportunities exist in the K-State Gardens, greenhouse complex, campus landscape facilities and in various research projects.


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