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HORT 2000
Horticultural Science

HORT 2100
Horticultural Professionalism

HORT 3010
Introduction to Vegetable Crops

HORT 3020
Introduction to Fruit Crops

HORT(AGED) 3030-3030L
Floral Design and Management

HORT(PATH)(FDST) 3050
Viticulture and Enology in the Mediterranean Region

HORT 3140
Interior Plantscapes
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HORT 3200
Protected & Controlled Environment Horticulture

HORT 3300
Organic Gardening

HORT 3333S
Conserving Native Plants

HORT(BTNY)(ANTH) 3440
Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants

HORT(BTNY)(ANTH) 3440E
Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants

HORT(LAND) 3450S
Residential Landscape Construction

HORT 3500-3500L
Herbaceous Perennials I

HORT 3510-3510L
Herbaceous Perennials II

HORT 3620-3620L
Plant Propagation

HORT 3630-3630L
Nursery Management
Offered spring semester.

HORT 3650-3650L
Inheritance of Plant Traits
Offered spring semester every year.

HORT 3720
Woody Landscape Plant Identification and Use

HORT 3900
Horticultural Study Tour
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HORT 3910
Horticulture Internship
HORT 3910 Internship Agreement Form (PDF)

HORT 3920
UGArden Internship


HORT 4030S/6030S
Sustainable Community Food Production

HORT(AGED) 4040/6040
Floriculture for Educators
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HORT 4050/6050
Greenhouse Management I
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HORT 4070/6070
Special Problems in Horticulture I

HORT 4080/6080
Special Problems in Horticulture II

HORT 4090
Landscape Horticulture

HORT 4091
Horticultural Professional Practices
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HORT 4095S/6095S
GPS/GIS Applications for Landscape Managers

HORT 4096
Organic Agriculture Seminar

HORT 4125/6125
Organic Agricultural Systems

HORT (PBGG)(CRSS) 4140/6140
Plant Breeding

HORT 4430/6430
Plant Physiology

HORT(CRSS) 4440/6440-4440L/6440L
Environmental Physiology

(HORT)CRSS 4590/6590
Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition

HORT(CRSS) 4800/6800
Agricultural Biotechnology
NOTE: Offered at Tifton Campus only

(HORT)(ANTH)CRSS(ECOL)(GEOG) 4931/6931
Agroecology of Tropical America Field Trip
NOTE: Course will be offered again in 2 years, 2014 (every other fall)

HORT 4990/6990
Environmental Issues in Horticulture


AESC 2990S
Understanding and Communicating with the Latino Community in the Green Industry

AESC 4095
Undergraduate Research in Organic Agriculture

AESC(FCID) 4920S/6920S
FOCUS (Fostering Our Community’s Understanding of Science):
Service Learning Experience

AESC 4950
Organic Agriculture Internship