A degree in Horticulture serves as excellent preparation for careers in: applied plant science, food crop production, plant breeding & plant genetics, urban agriculture, gardening, landscaping, community supported agriculture (CSA), extension and community based educational work, horticulture education, research, greenhouse production, horticultural therapy, etc. For sample career profiles in Horticulture, please visit the following websites:

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