Graduate Courses

Course Description Credits Semester Additional Info
Hort 606
Nursery Technology 3 cr.
2 and 3
Spring
 
Hort 612 Turf Management 3 cr.
2 and 3
Fall
 

Hort 633 Agron 633

Integrated Weed Management for Agronomic and Horticultural Crops 3 cr.
2 and 2
Spring
 
Hort 652 Tree Fruit Culture and Physiology 3 cr.
2 and 3
Fall even numbered years
 
Hort 655
Small Fruit Crops 3 cr.
2 and 3
Fall even numbered years  
Hort 656
Vegetable Crops 4 cr.

Fall
 
Hort 661
Problems in Landscape Design 4 cr.
3 and 3
Spring
 
Hort 664
Postharvest Horticulture 3 cr.
2 and 2
Fall
 
Hort 670 Horticulture and Human Well-Being 3 cr.
3 and 0
Spring
 
Hort 671
Internship 1-6 cr.
0 and 2-12
Both  
Hort 800
Topics in Horticultural Science 1 cr.
1 and 0
Both

Timely topics in horticultural science. May be repeated for a total of four credits, as topics and instructors vary. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

Hort 802  Research Systems in Horticulture 3 cr.
2 and 3
Fall even numbered years
Current trends, developments and techniques in horticultural research. Prerequisites: CH 223 and 227, or CH 201 and PHYS 207, or BIOCH 210. 
Hort 809
Seminar I 1 cr.
1 and 0
Fall
Current topics in horticulture prepared and presented by the student.
Hort 810
Seminar II 1 cr.
1 and 0
Spring
Continuation of Hort 809
Hort 812
Special Problems in Horticulture 1-4 cr.
1-4 and 0
Both
Research not related to a thesis. Course may be repeated for credit, but total credit may not exceed four hours. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Hort 813
Photomorphogenesis 3 cr.
2 and 2
Both
Regulatory role of light quality in plant development (photomorphogenesis) and its consequences in and applications for crop production. Prerequisite: BOT 421/621 or permission of instructor; BOT 823 preferred.
Hort 814
Environmental Plant Stress Physiology 3 cr.
2 and 2
Both