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Environmental Sciences Department

Landscape Management Certificate/A.A.S Degree

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This program is
accredited by
the Professional
Landcare Network

Degree: The field of environmental horticulture pertains to floriculture, landscape design and maintenance, and greenhouse and nursery management. This program provides a study of ornamental plant materials and propagation and how they relate to landscape design construction, installation, maintenance and turfgrass management. At the completion of the second year, the student may receive the associate in applied science degree.

Employment potential includes golf course maintenance, landscape designer, retail sales manager, landscape contractor, landscape park maintenance supervisor and irrigation specialist.

Certificate: The landscape turf certificate provides a study of landscape design and turfgrass management. Students must enter in the fall quarter in order to finish three quarters.

Job Opportunities:

  • Landscape designer
  • Landscape construction worker
  • Landscape maintenance technician
  • Irrigation technician
  • Golf course technician
  • Pesticide applicator
  • Arborist

Program Features:

  • Landscape design
  • Landscape construction
  • Landscape maintenance
  • Irrigation design and installation
  • Turf management
  • Equipment operation
  • Pest management
  • Computer technology
  • Arboriculture
Consult the official program outline
for more information about this program.
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For more information....For more information:
Program Contact:Bob Peregoy
Phone: (509) 533-7258 or
1-800-248-5644 ext. 7258
Counseling Contact:Ric Villalobos, M.S., Counselor
Phone: (509) 533-7356 or
1-800-248-5644 ext. 7356
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