Master of Science in Horticulture and Human Health
Our program focuses on engaging people and fostering interactions with the landscape. We work on solving problems impacting people, agriculture, and the environment. You will learn about plant-based solutions to improve nutrition, human diets, medicines. With the goal of creating and enhancing healthy populations and landscapes.
- This program follows the master’s degree plan-B format requiring a final paper based on library research.
- This course is offered Online or On-Campus.
Where You’ll Find Us
CSU Horticulture Center
A center for teaching, research and extension for horticulture and landscape programs.
Agricultural Research and Development Center
Work directly with crops and livestock at this research and teaching complex — one of nine around the state.
Annual Flower Garden Trials
One of the top tourist attractions in Fort Collins. Explore more than 1,000 varieties at this campus flower garden.
- Human Health
- Business Management
- Food Crops
- Fruit and Vegetable Producer
- Horticultural Therapist
- Plant Breeder
- Extension Specialist
- Greenhouse Production Specialist
For more information, contact Jessica Prenni, Academic Contact for the Horticulture and Landscape Architecture Graduate programs.