Environmental Horticulture Minor
A minor in environmental horticulture is designed to provide a flexible and broad selection of applied horticulture courses to complement any other major area of study. A minimum of 20 credits is required. A minimum grade of C- is required for all minor courses.
Interested students should contact Dr. Catherine Neal in the Department of Agriculture, Nutrition, and Food Systems, (603) 862-3208.
|SAFS 421||Introductory Horticulture||4|
|Select an additional 16 credits of the following:||16|
|Sustainable Agriculture and Food Production|
|A Taste of the Tropics|
|Fruit Crop Production|
|Food Production Field Experience I (4 cr each)|
or SAFS 680
|Food Production Field Experience II|
|Greenhouse Management and Operation|
|Insect Pest Management|
|Investigations (Horticulture related topics)|
Up to 8 of the 16 credits may be fulfilled by the following TSAS (Thompson School of Applied Sciences) Horticulture Technology classes:
|Greenhouse Operation and Design 1|
|Sustainable Plant Management|
|Landscape Design Studio|
|Greenhouse Crop Production 1|
HT 427 and HT 576 can only be used to satisfy minor requirements if SAFS 689 is not used as part of the minor.