Associate of Science Degree
Associated skills and qualities:
|• Listening||• Physical Endurance|
|• Physical Activities||• Attention to Detail|
|• Thinking Creatively||• Outdoorsy|
Jobs this program prepares you for:
|• Groundskeeping Worker||• Landscaping Worker|
|• Landscape Designer||• Farm Manager|
|• Ranch Manager||• Agricultural Manager|
|• Tree Trimmer & Pruner|
Additional Information: This program results in the Associate of Science Degree in Physical and Natural Sciences - Horticulture Specialization, and is designed to prepare you for transfer to a four-year college to complete a bachelor's degree. You must choose electives that will be accepted for the program at the four-year college that you plan to attend.
PVCC also offers a Horticulture Career Studies Certificate.
Slideshow of PVCC Horticulture Classes at Morven
Some of PVCC's horticulture classes are held at Morven, the beautiful 3,000-acre historic estate in Albemarle County, which features thousands of tree and plant specimens in woodlands, meadows, wetlands, crop fields, an orchard, and ornamental and informal gardens. This unique hands-on learning experience is made possible through a partnership between PVCC and the University of Virginia Foundation.
For more information, contact:
Dr. Kathy Hudson
Dean of Health & Life Sciences
Health & Life Sciences