Horticulture and Human Health – Online

Horticulture and Human Health Graduate Online Certificate This certificate course is offered through CSU Online in the department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. For more information on the course, please visit the CSU Online Website.  ...

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M.S. in Horticulture and Human Health

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...

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Horticulture

Apply scientific principles in the growing, marketing, processing, and utilizing of fruits, vegetables, flower and foliage plants, trees, shrubs, and turf grasses.

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Equine Science

Develop in-depth scientific knowledge of the horse and apply those principles to the growing industry. Gain a broad understanding of the business, recreational and production aspects of the industry.

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Ph.D. in Animal Science

Study breeding and genetics, livestock/beef management systems, livestock behavior and welfare, meat science/food safety-microbiology
nutrition and reproduction.

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M.S. in Animal Science

Develop an industry-oriented, science-based education that prepares you for careers in animal agriculture or one of many industries associated with livestock production.

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Animal Nutrition

Prepare for a career that requires specialized training in feeding and nutritional management of animals or for advanced studies in the field of animal nutrition.

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Animal Science

Develop an industry-oriented, science-based education that focuses on food-producing animals while learning technical, practical, and business skills involved in livestock production.

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Ph.D. in Soil and Crop Science

Develop deep knowledge and understanding of soils, plants, microbiomes, genomics, or related topics through the development of original research under the mentorship of world-class scientists. Gain exposure and preparation in a range of career paths where you can make an important impact.

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Horticulture – Minor

Learn the application of scientific principles in the growing, marketing, processing, and utilizing of fruits, vegetables, flower and foliage plants, trees, shrubs, and turf grasses.

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Landscape Architecture

Give character to the constructed landscape, bringing the same skills to the shaping of landforms, plants, structures, and materials, and service to the client, as an architect brings to a building.

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Organic Horticulture – Minor

Learn the science of organic agriculture with additional courses specifically focused on organic agriculture production techniques, business management, marketing, and decision making.

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M.S. in Horiculture

Conduct a research investigation on a horticultural topic that generates statistically analyzable data reported in a comprehensive scientific thesis.

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Ph.D. in Bioagricultural Sciences

Conduct research in plant abiotic stress or the microbes, insects, and weeds that threaten the safety and sustainability of our food supply. Learn how ecosystems function and how to protect them.

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Agricultural Business Major – Food Systems Concentration

Apply theoretical and analytic tools of applied economics within the context of food systems. Explores the broadest context of food systems ranging from small-scale localized markets to traditional market-mediated commodity-based products to highly specialized, vertically coordinated supply chains.

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Soil and Crop Sciences

Gain hands-on training and expert instruction that will equip you to solve current global sustainability challenges in soil, plant, and environmental sciences.

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Entomology Minor

Discover the basic and applied science of the study of insects and other arthropods such as ticks and mites. Help build a healthier food system for a growing world while protecting the environment.

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Plant Health – Minor

Apply the knowledge gained in biology courses to real world problems. Learn how microbes, insects, and weeds impact food production, urban landscapes, forests, rangelands, and other ecosystems.

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