Horticulture plays a very important role in society, having an influence on our lifestyle and general health in various ways. The field includes the production of fruit and vegetables and the development of the green environment which is known to have a positive effect on our emotional well-being. Horticulturists are at the heart of such developments.
With a Bachelor
in Horticulture Studies
at University of New Hampshire
you will have acquired the necessary skills for managerial level expertise in such fields as landscape architecture, sports turf management, landscape design, plant propagation, urban ecology and nursery management, coupled with a solid grounding in environmental conservation and utilization.
bachelors students: Employment opportunities: Commercial growing and selling of garden plants and food crops, design and care of public or private open spaces, turf management, teaching, horticultural therapy and research, landscaping.