Master of Science in Horticulture at a Distance
The Master of Science in Horticulture degree program at a distance is designed speciﬁcally to meet the needs of today’s working professional. Horticulture is the application of basic scientific information to the growing and use of edible (fruits, nuts, and vegetables) and ornamental plants (annual and perennial flowers and woody plants). Today’s horticulture students focus on the challenges and practices of genetics and breeding, propagation, biotechnology, production, management, handling and storage, marketing, and use of horticultural plants.
This non-thesis degree program requires a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate coursework and is considered a terminal degree. A maximum of six hours of coursework from another institution may be evaluated for transfer to Texas Tech University. Students must take the last 6 semester credit through Texas Tech University. An oral exam is required during the graduating semester.
- Educational goals can be pursued without sacrificing personal or professional commitments.
- Student support services are designed to meet the needs of distance learning students.
|PSS 5001 Problems in Plant and Soil Science|
|PSS 5231 Applied Geostatistics|
|PSS 5307 Pesticides|
|PSS 5316 Advanced Arboriculture|
|PSS 5317 Advanced Nursery Management|
|PSS 5319 Advanced Interiorscaping|
|PSS 5324 Mode & Mechanism of Herbicide Action|
|PSS 5326 Advanced Seed Science|
|PSS 5331 Soil Fertility and Fertilizers|
|PSS 5334 Soils and Crops in Arid Lands|
|PSS 5335 Soil Physics|
|PSS 5415 Advanced Greenhouse Crop Production|
|PSS 5429 Advanced Principles of Weed Science|
|PSS 6001 Selected Topics in Plant and Soil Science|
|PSS 6301 Quantitative Agricultural Remote Sensing|
|PSS 6331 Advanced Environmental Soil Science|
*All courses must be completed with a minimum grade of C.
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