Applied Horticulture/Horticulture Operations, General

A program that focuses on the general production and processing of domesticated plants, shrubs, flowers, foliage, trees, groundcovers, and related plant materials; the management of technical and business operations connected with horticultural services; and the basic scientific principles needed to understand plants and their management and care.

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“…My school is big on traditions and is overall a very friendly campus. The professors are willing to help you one on one to help you get the grade you need and deserve. I rate my school a 10 from 1-10 because its a very big happy family who look out...” – Amanda from Houston, TX

“…Clemson has a beautiful campus, and has so many things to offer its students. Clemson also has a staff that is always willing to help its students. Most of all, Clemson makes you feel at home and the bond between fellow students and faculty members...” – Kristen from Latta, SC

“…Exciting and diverse” – Thomas from Philadelphia, PA

“…OSU & Corvallis has so much to offer (year-round) it's sometimes hard to know where to start. It has a beautiful, relaxed campus with nearly 25,000 students & Corvallis' central location provides easy access to plenty of activities in less than 3...” – Earl from Tangent, OR

“…Colorado State University has given me the best college experience I could dream of. There are opportunities for anything you could imagine - and these opportunities are everywhere! Everyone is friendly, and all anyone wants is for each and every...” – Bailey

“…Iowa State is a large university with the small college feel. It has many students but everywhere I go, I see people I know, and that are in my classes. Everyone is very nice and the professors know what they are teaching.” – Grace from Vermont

“…NC State is a large school with a small school feel. You can walk around campus and always see a familiar face. There are always new people to meet as well. ” – Shayna from Germantown, MD

“… Umass Amherst is a great school with abundant of activities and academic assistance. Within a nice and suitable environment to study and learn, you will able to explore one of the most beautiful places in the world.” – Jian from Jamaica Plain, MA

“…UMaine is a very welcoming community that embraces diversity. It has a beautiful campus that is full of many activities to take part in. And UMaine is innovative, it is working hard toward many sources green technology and other research.” – Stephanie

“…they have a lot to offer no matter what your major or even if you are undecided. the campus has a lot of diversity and you can expect to meet a lot of different people. the campus is large and set in a quiet little town which is very proud to have...” – Ciaira from Hillsboro, NH

“…It is an affordable and brilliant school that is accessible to everyone willing to further their education. Most (to be honest; not all)of the professors have a direct connection to their students, which means student could easy contact and interact...” – Oluwafikunoremi from Houston, TX

“…this is a great school to attend. there are small classroom sizes and teachers who really care. this is an awesome place to make friends for life.” – katie from Saint Louis, MO

“…I like Fullerton College a lot, good people good times and a lot of good classes you can take to better prepare you for your future. The people there are very nice and friendly and will definitely come up to you if they want to talk to you. The...” – Aariyn from Whittier, CA

“…montgomery college is an affordable, conveniently located, and diverse campus in which a student can gain the best experience and knowledge they need to succeed.” – Alexis from Germantown, MD

“…The main campus in Glen Ellyn,IL is kept clean and up-to-date. The teachers are great, and the atmosphere is friendly. The class sizes are perfect.” – Jennifer from West Chicago, IL

“…SDSU has small classes, so you can have one-on-one talks with the professors. SDSU has all the resources you need, whether it's the computer lab, library, study areas, a huge gym, etc. SDSU has a great staff that is full of friendly, generous...” – Katie from Brookings, SD

“…Despite the fact that Bakersfield College is not a big name college, like UCLA or UCSD, it offers some great opportunities to succeed. the campus is farely nice and the library is a comfortable place to study at. Even my economic professor, Mr....” – Cody from Bakersfield, CA

“…It is a great college to complete your General educationa and transfer from or earn an A.A. certificate. ” – Liset from Bellflower, CA

“…orange coast college is one of the best community colleges in california, in transfer rates, athletics and academics. there are so many resources and opportunities to succeed and move forward, weather you want to transfer to a university or to get a...” – Jasmine from Costa Mesa, CA

“…Every time I have been at Northern Virginia Community College, people have been nothing but friendly. The kindness of the people in there is one of the things I like about my new college. Another thing I like about NOVA - Woodbridge Campus is the...” – Liz from Stafford, VA

“…Farmingdale has become a renown SUNY institution- coming here was a last minute decision, but one of the best decisions I've made for my future. Farmingdale is doing an exceptional job at readying me for the future in my hopes of being a psychiatrist...” – Aidan from Farmingdale, NY

“…FRCC has very polite teachers. The teachers are always willing to help and answer any questions at any time. Also the teachers never make the student feel unintelligent .” – Stephanie from Henderson, CO

“…their are the best.” – OLUWATOSIN EMMANUEL from VINCENNES, IN

“…San Joaquin Delta College is a great school for Communications and Sports. And there known for Culinary Arts Program. And known for a Great sports Program.” – Sean from Lodi, CA

“…Tidewater Community College has a wonderful variety of programs that are just as diverse as the students who attend. TCC is military friendly and allows for a smooth educational process. From TCC you can go anywhere from, work or continuing on with...” – Celeste from Portsmouth, VA

“…santa barbara is an amazing campus and experience for prospective students in absolutely every way. the faculty and campus is absolutely amazing, the weather and location are ideal, and the atmosphere is wonderful. definitely the nicest place i have...” – John from Santa Barbara, CA

“…bergen community college campus in paramus, nj is beautiful! not only that but the teachers are great at explaining the curriculum. also the student center is a great place to sit and study, a nice learning atmosphere.” – Rynell from Little Ferry, NJ

“…Johnson County Community College is extremely helpful to all students. When you attend this college, you feel comforted knowing that everyone else wants you to succeed as well. This school is very career oriented and everyone is focused on succeeding...” – MMM

“…Great teachers, fantastic art studios, small class sizes” – KC

“…i give tulsa community college thumbs up” – Henia from Tulsa, OK

“…Richland is a wonderful campus for those looking for a great education and an absolutely great price, with flexible times. Professors are wonderful, knowledgeable, and very helpful in helping students with any problems students encounter. Richland...” – Michael from Rowlett, TX

“…I rate my college at a 10 for community college! Butte College is highly focused on student success and making resources available. This combined with the beautiful campus makes this a great place to obtain an education. ” – Brandi from Oroville, CA

Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI

“…andrews university is a faith-based university that focuses on community and diversity. andrews is a great place to explore a career in the arts and sciences and professors are well-trained from highly respected institutions. andrews is located in a...” – Sarah from Berrien Center, MI

Century College
White Bear Lake, MN

“…This is a very diverse college and it is a little more challenging than your run of the mill community college. If you are preparing to transfer to a university, this college is great because of the more challenging aspect and it gets in a great area...” – Dylan from Glenville, MN

“…I've been a student at CLC since the beginning of 2011, and now I finally applied for a major in 2013. I admire their organization, their seriousness and sources available for studying that they offer. Definitely, it's an excellent college.” – Luiza from Vernon Hills, IL

“…i rate this college very highly. instructors are nice and willing to work with you. and financial aid is easy to obtain” – Tina from Mariposa, CA

“…The New Science & Math Building opening Fall Semester 2012. Communication Building to open in 2013. Diversity is accepted and encouraged. ” – Holli from LA Quinta, CA

“…Joliet Junior College is the most affordable community/junior college in the state of Illinois. J.J.C. has an open-door policy for students who are looking to continue their education after interruptions in life or who are looking for a fresh start...” – Michael from Joliet, IL

“…Concordia has possibly the nicest students and professors you will ever meet. Everyone cares about each other. The campus is beautiful, especially with Lake Michigan and we have our own beach. ” – Zoe from Hartland

“…This is a fantastic school. Compared to any Community College in Socal , class availability is much more common here which means less time wasted in the Community College system. Beautiful, technologically sound school that even has a view of the...” – Gavin from Arcadia, CA

“…I love foothill because the campus is beautiful and when you don't have time to workout climbing stairs and walking hills helps a lot. All my teachers have office hours to help me and my classmates are all friendly. I love the food here, it's just...” – Katie from Menlo Park, CA

“…Shasta College is a small, yet largely resourceful school. The environment is very welcoming, especially for incoming freshman, and they offer a wide variety of courses to register for. Tuition is relatively low and there is a significant amount of...” – Janie from Redding, CA

“…This collge has high quality education at a very reasonable amount. This college is welcoming and the staff will help if the students ask questions. This college has great transfer programs and a variety of classes that will be needed for any...” – Sandra from San Antonio TX

“…Pitt Community College is a wonderful option for adult learners. I would recommend this college for anyone who is seeking to obtain a 2 year degree, take continuing education classes, or study to transfer to a 4 year university.” – Ella from Greenville, NC

“…reedley college is a good school to be community college. the instructors teacher very well. the instructors expect a lot from each student.” – Hugo from Dinuba, CA

“…great place to start. they have wonderful professors who care about you. a caring staff who is there to help you. ” – TRAMAR from Southampton, NY

“…The physics department is excellent, there are a lot of opportunities for those who try hard. Professors reach out to students who are willing to learn. I feel that it is preparing me well for my next step in life.” – Lizard from Saint Louis, MO

“…edmonds community college has a beautiful, homey campus. everyone here is friendly, welcoming, and it doesn't take long to feel like home on campus. the professors genuinely care about their student success, and create a positive learning atmosphere....” – Megan from Lynnwood, WA

“…the teachers at the college really care about our future and are always there to help you when you need them” – Christopher from Lancaster, CA

“…The staff is great and well informed. There are many study programs and a large number of online courses available. The campus is clean safe and organized.” – A. Janae from Ceres, CA

“…Solano Community College is a great school.! It's transfer rate is pretty high and it has some awesome teachers that are always willing to help. I have been going to this school trying to pursue my career to have a better life and am glad I chose...” – Jasmin from Suisun, CA

“…i have not taken any classes at chattahoochee technical college, but so far i have really enjoyed the staff they go out of their way to make you feel at home. i love how all the fees are included into your tuition. ” – Lacey from Cartersville, GA

“…i love Clackamas Community College iv learned so much in money management, and the importance of school. the teachers really help me even with my disability.” – Zachariah from Happy Valley, OR

“…Mt. Sac has been known as the Harvard of community colleges, where most students go to improve their chances of being accepted into the college of one's choice. As I notice my one year mark creeping around the corner, i realized that am contempt with...” – Tristan from Upland, CA

“…Lake Land College is a great place to get an education. The staff and instructors are as intent on you succeeding in your educational goals as you are. The amount of student assistance available is a guarantee that you achieve your highest level of...” – Martha from Effingham, IL

“…I love all of my teachers here, they makes it easier to learn but at the same time make it FUN for all! Love this place, so easy to get around also.” – Cristina from Cochranton, PA

“…Lee College's Honors Program is one of the top programs in the nation. Lee College continues to make academic history. Lee College is diverse, helpful, and will provide a stable foundation for the rest of my life.” – Hai from Baytown, TX

“…Responsible, Scholarly, Trustworthy” – Meghann from Huntersville, NC

“…College of the Sequoias is a very professional, accredited community college. The counselors and instructors really care for your educational plans and will listen carefully to try to answer any concerns about your grades or class choices. I am proud...” – Esmeralda from DELANO, CA

“…With an awesome faculty who cares and is dedicated to helping you succeed in a friendly environment the College of Southern Idaho is a wonderful place to start your college career. They will help you get your associates degree in your field of choice...” – Mark from Twin Falls, ID

“…Cuyamaca College is a nice large green campus with new facilities. There is a student center, computer labs, tutor center, and a grill. ” – Laura from San Diego, CA

“…The best college have ever attended.” – Vickie

“…Victor Valley College is a college that is very packed. The school itself is good but when you want to talk to someone it is very difficult to get in and the classes get filled up very quickly. ” – Tracy from Victorville, CA

“…Small and intimate classes have given me an opportunity to learn directly from the prof's and from other students. I am in the Visual Communication Program and I am learning more information quicker that other friends who went to larger colleges! I...” – Kaylyn from Sheridan, OR

“…Awesome school to attend Having fun learning what I love Great experience” – Suzi from Summerville, SC

“…The advisers are super helpful. The campus is easy to get around. They offer a lot of night classes for the people that work full time.” – Erin from Chillicothe, IL

“…Virginia Western Community College is an ever growing, friendly environment. Their teachers and staff are extremely friendly and helpful and their library and study areas are most helpful. They have free writing centers where teachers will help...” – Alyssa from Salem, VA

“…A great school for someone that has been out for some time. The teachers are easy to talk to and are very reassuring. The school makes you feel at ease when you walk through the doors.” – Stacey from Seabrook, NH

“…JCJC was a great experience and had wonderful well qualified teachers. The atmosphere is great, and the college is expanding with new buildings and opportunities every day. Jones is an amazing place to meet other students because everyone is close...” – Keri from Mize, MS

“…HCC has a great small-town feeling with the resources of a large city. It offers top of the line training in many specialty areas with the advantage of small class sizes and great student to teacher ratios. A great place to learn while enjoying the...” – Megan from Waterloo, IA

“…It is a wonderful place to take your first steps into the college world. The campus can be a little difficult at first but you have help always right around a corner. I don't think I have ever had a problem with asking for advice or help with any...” – Jilanne from East Moline, IL

“…DEAR SIR/MADAM, PLEASE I AM A SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE HAVING CERTIFICATE IN PURE SCIENCE. I AM FROM GHANA WEST AFRICA BUT CURRENTLY IN THE PHILIPPINES STUDYING BACHELORS IN MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE AT VIRGEN MILAGROSA UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION...” – Amoako from MADISON, AL

“…Supportive, caring staff, extensive resources, excellent tutoring center, writing help center, math help desk, math support center, Physics and chemistry help desk and study sessions. LBCC's Remotely operated vehicle club is world renown, creating a...” – Coquille from Albany, OR

“…The layout of campus is easy to navigate. The teachers seem nice. Admissions Office was helpful.” – Georgeann from Fayetteville, NC

“…it is convenient and inexpensive. the classes are pretty easy and the homework isn't too much. there are resources available if you need help” – Reviewer from Crystal Lake, IL

“…The college overall is average. Teachers thus far have been great. Financial Aide department could use some more organization.” – Amanda from Myrtle Beach, SC

“…LMC is a good community college to get a boost on your education. From what I've seen of their music program, this is a good school to get started with. Affordability is a plus.” – Jackson from Berrien Springs, MI

“…The campus is beautiful. The cafeteria has terrific food. The teachers are awesome.” – Megan from Pass Christian, MS

“…It is an amazing school, that only has its best interest for it's students. There are always opportunities for us to advance with both social and learning skills. I am proud to say I attend Niagara County Community College!” – Rebecca

“…Spartanburg Community college is perfect for students who want to go to college but don't want to go to a big university. Very friendly environment, staff is also very helpful. Very clean facility as well. ” – Denis from Spartanburg, SC

“…I love school at CWI. Wonderful professors, instructors and class size. People are friendly and courteous here, and no worries about trying to make a good impression around campus, everyone seems to get along great. I'm thankful to go to school here...” – Jennifer from Nampa, ID

“…Gateway is a great school whether you're receiving an associate degree, a certificate, or just taking a class for fun. Gateway has a wide range of degree/certificate programs to satisfy different interests and career focuses. Since Gateway has...” – Megan from Mt. Pleasant, WI

“…The college presents an inviting environment that makes me feel comfortable. I like the help that I have received from my athletic coach in that he has made things easier for me to adjust to the college life. The Administrators and its staff are...” – Shaquille from Sheboygan, WI

“…Indian Hills gives you the freedom to explore what it's like inside college. With their education system, you can get anything done and you are not struggling to learn! Every teacher and staff always do their best to accommodate the needs of each...” – Marie from Oskaloosa, IA

“…This College has the perfect size of classes. It permits the students to have a one-to-one relationship with the professors. I really like it here because not only are the faculty and students very social, but the campus is also really pretty. ” – Edith from Statenville, GA

“…I am thrilled to be a student at Pierce, i am an honor student, the deans list, now the presidients list, I would not have been able to accomplish thus far without the outstanding faculty and guidance that Pierce has given me, I am forever grateful.” – Gina from Chatsworth, CA

“…They treated me with respect and honesty! I ahd most of my credits and was going to be put on a waiting list and they put me through to Ohio Hi Point asap and will finish my last semester at Clark State.” – Lynette from Springfield, OH

“…TVCC is a fantastic campus with down-to-earth instructors. Any student can make an A in most of the classes if they just do the assignments. Talking to the counselors will really help in choosing the right instructor for each class.” – C. Brown

“…RCC staff are pleasant and very informative. The campus is very accessible to all needs. The 'My Richland' website has every aspect of the school at one's fingertips!” – Catherine from Decatur, IL

“…Mineral Area is a small college in a rural area. If you are not serious about obtaining your degree there is no point in attending Mineral Area College. Mineral Area is a small college town and there isn't much to do off campus. ” – DJ

“…I rate my school a 10 is a great school. the staff go step by step with students on informations especially the financial ladies.” – Maria from salinas, CA

“…fantastic, diversified school with a lot of available resources” – William from Seattle, WA

“… I think Southern Crescent a great place to learn. I have been out of school for 20 years, Southern Crescent got me back on track. The instructors are always willing to lend a hand. ” – Kawanza from Riverdale, GA

“…Piedmont Technical College is a friendly environment that welcomes new students. The employees that work there are very friendly and helpful. Since it is a technical college, there are smaller classrooms which makes it easier on the teachers and...” – Shelby from Greenwood, SC

“…Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City has given me every opportunity to find a degree that fits my life. I work full-time and the online degree at OSU-OKC has given me the experience of completing my degree while still working at my job. This is...” – Jordan

“…The best diversity college ever. Great communication with all staff and students. Teachers are a blessing.” – Rochelle from Olympia, WA

“…this is a good college to attend to get your core classes or complete your associates. i enjoyed doing the online classes because it allowed me to be able to work and go to school. although it is hard getting everything straight every semester with...” – kayla from chatsworth, ga

“…Reminds me of my high school days, just tougher. The professors are great and are always willing to sit down and talk with you if you are having troubles. Every thursdays every semester is club hours and it's always fun.” – Angelo from Bronx, NY