Horticulture Program Costs

Landscape & Urban Horticulture, Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S)

This 61-semester hour A.A.S degree program prepares students for various careers in the horticultural industry. Coursework includes design and construction of landscape projects, greenhouse production, and sustainable horticulture practices.

Based on 2019-2020 rates, the in-district cost of this program is $10,431.00.A detailed explanation of the tuition, fees, and book expenses can be viewed here.


Horticulture Floral Design Certificate

This 24-semester hour certificate is designed to meet the growing need for trained professionals to work successfully in the floral industry. The curriculum combines training in horticulture with business management, plant identification, floral techniques, and hands-on training. Students learn and practice design elements and various styles, using fresh and dried flowers. Graduates may be employed as florists in flower shops, floral departments in garden centers, chain stores, and supermarkets. Florists are also hired by floral wholesalers or work independently out of their own homes.

Based on 2019-2020 rates, the in-district cost of this program is $4,104.00. A detailed explanation of the tuition, fees, and book expenses can be  viewed here.


Landscape & Urban Horticulture Certificate

This 25-semester hour certificate prepares students for the basics in horticulture and the landscape design/build industry with emphasis on plant identification, construction techniques, and hands-on training.

Based on 2019-2020 rates, the in-district cost of this program is $4,275.00. A detailed explanation of the tuition, fees, and book expenses can be  viewed here.