Grow Your Horticulture Career with a Graduate Degree Education
At the College of Continuing and Professional Studies (CCAPS), we offer an applied graduate degree that offers the edge you need to take your cultivating and your career to the next level. Rather than research, the Master of Professional Studies in Horticulture is focused on providing practical skills and insights you can apply directly to the growth and management of the plants in your care.
Plus, this program gives you the ability to customize your education, including the ability to create your own focus area. With help from your academic advisor, you’ll chart out a degree path to match your career goals in public garden management, restoration and conservation, sustainable landscaping, urban agriculture, or some other specialty field.
Customizable—up to 15 credits to create your own unique specialty track
A blend of online and in-person classes
Core coursework can include medicinal plants, turfgrass science, plant cytogenetics, horticultural marketing, spring flowering bulbs, plant biotechnology, and more
Help Your Career Thrive in This Growing Industry
Agriculture, gardening, landscaping, and more—advance your career with a customized horticulture graduate degree from CCAPS.