Friday – November 17, 2017
For opportunities that require outdoor work, creativity and plant knowledge, check out horticulture/landscape careers. This program covers sustainable and environmental horticulture operations, maintaining healthy plants, installing plant material, operating equipment, and developing and executing landscape plans.
Classes are offered full-time days or part-time evenings; choose one of three program tracks: Design, Landscape Construction, or Landscape Maintenance and Arboriculture. MATC's Mequon Campus features new greenhouses and extensively landscaped grounds for hands-on learning.
Career Outlook: Arborists, horticulturists, landscape designers and landscapers are in steady demand. Career settings include garden centers, parks, recreational properties and landscape companies.
Career Pathway: You can earn the Landscape Horticulture Technician technical diploma on your way to completing this associate degree.
Program Code: 10-001-4
Start Dates: August/January
Career Cluster: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources