History

History

Successful gardening involves combining knowledge, technique, and art in fields, such as Botany, Plant Physiology, Soil Science/Plant Nutrition, Genetics/Plant Breeding, Plant Pathology, Fruit/Vegetable Gardening, Floriculture, Medicinal herbs, and Landscape Design. Our undergraduate program includes two majors: Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.

The aim of these programs is to train individuals who can serve the society as specialists in different discipline such a regional planning, and academic fields, or as educators at agricultural education and research institutes, or as administrators and directors at governmental and private production company. The undergraduate program in Horticulture was introduced in 1995, and students are required to pass 143 units to successfully complete this program.

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