The horticulture industry involves growing and caring for plants, working to enhance and beautify the urban environment, and connecting people with the outdoors. The landscaping and home garden industry generates more than $78 billion annually in the USA, employing many professionals in tree and landscape care, landscape design and construction, and nursery production.
Degrees / Certificates
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Horticulture is a vitally important and fulfilling field of work.
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Academic Support Team
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- Meet Your Academic Division: Get in touch with the academic division staff who can connect you with the program faculty that teach the courses dedicated to your success
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Career OutlookWhat do career options look like with an education in this area? Explore the data below.
First-Line Supervisors of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers
- Entry $31,222
- Median $44,546
- High $59,039
- Annual Openings 90
- Projected Growth +8%
Career Exploration & Resources
Not sure of your career goals? Not a problem! Shasta College is dedicated to not only your academic success but to supporting your career goals. From our dedicated career educational counselors to career exploration tools to internships, we've got you covered through our Shasta College Career Services & Student Employment Center (Career Café). There you can meet with our dedicated career educational counselor and explore options by calling (530) 242-7724.
The center also offers internships and career opportunities, please contact the Career Café by calling (530) 242-7606.
In addition, the college offers free, online resources to explore your interests and future career goals including:
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