Studying Horticulture at Georgia

Training in horticulture will prepare you for success in a variety of fields, from sales to research. A degree in horticulture enables you to choose from job opportunities in areas such as floriculture, nursery crops management, landscape horticulture, and fruit, vegetable and nut crop management. You might choose to teach horticulture, pursue a career with firms that service the horticulture industry, or operate your own business. Students at the Department of Horticulture have ready access to modern laboratories and teaching equipment, teaching and research greenhouses, a 50-acre teaching and research farm, and the State Botanical Garden. They take frequent trips to nurseries and landscape projects throughout the state and to nationally famous gardens.

For more information, contact Tim Smalley, undergraduate coordinator.

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