Field application of principles taught in horticulture classes. A supervised work experience program with cooperating employers, providing hands-on experience and transition into commercial practice. Students acquire job experience, career development skills and practical workplace skills related to their chosen field of horticulture. Preparation of portfolios and resumes. One unit of credit is earned for 60 hours of unpaid or 75 hours of paid work.
Student needs to arrange meetings with the instructor of record.
Recommended Preparation, Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: A Floristry or Horticulture course and/or approval of the Horticulture Department