The Horticulture Technician - Landscape diploma provides students with the general education and technical skills to meet the demand for well-trained personnel in the landscape industry. Graduates will be well versed in woody and herbaceous plants that grow in this climate. They will be knowledgeable about plant pests, nursery operations, landscape design, landscape installation, and grounds maintenance. Graduates of this program may choose to continue in horticulture to achieve an AAS or AS degree. Program costs listed below are approximate, and books and other fees are not included for general education coursework.
Supervisors of Landscaping and Groundskeeping Workers
Median wage:$23.37/hour-Above the median
Employment outlook: Above statewide average
Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and Applicators
Median wage:$15.49/hour-Below the median
Employment outlook: Average
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