Many students enrolled in related degree programs, such as Landscape Architecture, Turfgrass Science, Agriculture Communications, and Agriculture Education, are interested in a more in-depth study of horticulture than one course can provide. For these students, there is the Minor in Horticulture. This minor provides a broad background in horticulture with high degree of flexibility. On average, students take a total 15-16 hours of directed coursework. Application for the minor in horticulture insures a greater chance of seating in the more popular courses. After a student fulfills his/her requirements they must complete and submit the Minor Completion Form to Dr. Smalley, in order that the minor will then show on their transcript.