Texas Tech University

Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Science

 Credit Hours
Core Curriculum
Gordon W. Davis College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources

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About the Program

The Bachelor of Science in Plant and Soil Science is a platform for successful careers in agronomic crops, soils, horticulture, entomology and other related fields. This program makes it possible for students to turn a love of plants and fresh air into a lucrative career. Manage golf courses and athletic fields. Own your own nursery. Provide environmental consulting. Develop shade-tolerant strains of grass. Design environmental plantings for urban areas. Manage a commercial orchard, greenhouse, or botanical garden. Design, install and maintain interiorscapes. The opportunities are endless.

With a degree in Plant and Soil Science, students may focus on their desired concentration area including: Crop Science, Horticulture, Horticulture and Turfgrass, Soil and Water, and Viticulture and Enology.

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