Bachelor of Science in Horticultural Science (Science and Technology of Horticultural Crops)

Institution: University of Florida
Accreditation: QS Ranked University
Specialization: Horticulture
Delivery Mode: On-campus
Intensity: Full Time
Duration: 4 years
Total Fees (USD): USD $114,632
Intake: Aug 2022, Aug 2023, Jan 2023, Jan 2024, May 2023, May 2024

Graduates of the Horticultural Science major gain a deep understanding of cropping systems, basic plant science, and molecular biology. This is a generalized program covering horticultural crop growth and development that can then be flexibly tailored to suit each student’s interests. As part of their studies, Horticultural Science students will study genetics, crop nutrition, plant physiology, chemistry, physics, entomology, nematology, soils and water.

A variety of career options are available after graduation, including commodity production and management, research biologist, marketing, agricultural chemical sales, fertilizer sales, produce buyer for supermarkets or restaurants, and retail flower sales.

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