Throughout this program, students will focus on the challenges and practices of genetics and breeding, propagation, biotechnology, production, management, handling and storage, marketing, and utilization of ornamental plants in both the interior and exterior landscape. Texas Tech University's online Master of Science in Horticulture provides students with the educational experience they need to excel in both coursework and career.
Although there is no application deadline, prospective students are encouraged to submit all application materials at least three months prior to projected initial enrollment.
Plant and Soil Science Department
Lubbock TX 79409-2122
Prerequisite: Bachelor's Degree
Courses are offered online; however, course offerings vary each semester.
|PSS 5001||Problems in Plant and Soil Science|
|PSS 5231||Applied Geostatistics|
|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||Advanced Plant Nutrient Management|
|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.
A comprehensive examination is required during graduating semester.
Contact the program coordinator by phone.