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DEGREE: A.S. Horticulture, Landscape Technology
Code #1146

A diversity of professional career opportunities is available to those who wish to provide professional landscape services. Landscapers design, install, and maintain private and public outdoor spaces in which people live, work, and play. The A.S. Degree in Landscape Technology concentrates on those courses that develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to developing, constructing, and maintaining functional and sustainable landscapes, green spaces, and irrigation systems. The courses of this degree focus on sound horticultural science and principles, plant identification, proper soil development and management, sustainable landscape and irrigation design, water conservation, sustainable construction and landscape and turf maintenance practices, integrated pest management, licensing and certification, and horticultural business practices.

Suggested Electives:
ACCT 101
BUS 310, 330
ECON 302
HORT 498
POLS 301

Associate Degree
The Landscape Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree may be obtained by completion of the required program and general requirements as well as sufficient electives to meet a 60-unit total. See CRC graduation requirements.

DEGREE: A.S. Horticulture, Nursery Management
Code #1147

A diversity of professional career opportunities are available to those who wish to work in the nursery industry or related field. Nurseries produce and provide the plant materials used to create outdoor spaces in which people live, work, and play. The A.S. Degree in Nursery Management concentrates on those courses that develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to producing and managing nursery crops, and managing and marketing nursery products. The courses in this degree focus on sound horticultural science and principles, proper soil and media development and management, plant identification and use, irrigation, plant propagation and production, marketing nursery products, and greenhouse and nursery operations and management.

Suggested Electives:
ACCT 101
ART 300
BUS 310, 330
ECON 302
HORT 498
POLS 301

Associate Degree
The Nursery Management Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree may be obtained by completion of the required program and general requirements as well as sufficient electives to meet a 60-unit total. See CRC graduation requirements.

DEGREE: A.S. Sustainable Landscape and Irrigation Systems Design
Code #1113

A diversity of professional career opportunities is available to those who wish to serve as designers and planners of the land. Landscape designers create outdoor spaces in which people live, work, and play. Design activities range from residential and commercial properties to community facilities and regional landscapes. The A.S. Degree in Sustainable Landscape and Irrigation Systems Design concentrates on those courses that develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to creating landscape and irrigation designs that make best use of local resources including soil, water, and construction materials. The courses of this degree focus on sound horticultural science and principles, proper soil development and management, sustainable landscape and irrigation design, water conservation, sustainable landscape construction and maintenance practices, and integrated pest management.

Suggested Electives:
ARCH 322
ACCT 101
ART 300
BUS 310, 330
ECON 302
HORT 498
POLS 301

Associate Degree
The Sustainable Landscape and Irrigation Systems Design Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree may be obtained by completion of the required program and general requirements as well as sufficient electives to meet a 60-unit total. See CRC graduation requirements.