Master of Science in Horticulture
The Master of Science in Horticulture program conducts a research investigation on a horticultural topic that generates statistically analyzable data reported in a comprehensive scientific thesis.
- Master of Science Plan A – thesis, 30 credits – Plan A requires data collection and analysis based on laboratory or field research.
- Master of Science Plan B – non-thesis, 33 credits – Plan B requires a paper based on library research.
Where You’ll Find Us
CSU Horticulture Center
A center for teaching, research and extension for horticulture and landscape programs.
- Business Management
- Food Crops
- Extension Specialist
- Fruit and Vegetable Producer
- Greenhouse Production Specialist
- Horticultural Therapist
- Plant Breeder