Quick Facts
Degree Associate Degree, Low Unit Certificate, Certificate, Transfer Degree
Areas of Study Agriculture

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

Map your education by viewing the Academic Plan for the degree or certificate you’re interested in earning below. Meet with a counselor to create your official comprehensive education plan.

Agriculture – Horticulture and Landscaping (AS)

Prepares students for a career in tree and landscape care, landscape design and construction, and nursery production.

Agriculture – Horticulture – Irrigation (Low Unit C)

Provides students with the skills, knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to meet the Irrigation Association standards to apply to the Auditor, Contractor or Designer Exams.

Agriculture Plant Science (AS-T)

Designed to prepare students for transfer to a Bachelor’s degree program in Plant Science., Horticulture or related major at a CSU campus.

Pest Control Advisor Preparation (C)

PCAs are licensed professional production consultants who serve California agriculture, natural resource and horticulture producers.

Sustainable Landscape (C)

Students completing this certificate will learn skills to prepare them for a crew leadership role within the landscape industry.

Transferring for Bachelor’s Degree

Ready to transfer for a 4-year university or college or want to stay local? Our Transfer Center and BOLD staff are here to guide you!