The Horticulture Technologies Department offers an Associate in Applied Science in Horticulture Technology. Certificate programs in Horticulture and Retail Floral Design are also offered. Demand for students educated and trained in horticulture is very strong in local and regional markets.
Enjoy exploring your future in the OSU-Oklahoma City Horticulture Technologies programs. Feel free to stop by the John Kirkpatrick Building and experience what the excitement is all about!
First-line supervisors of landscaping, lawn service, and groundskeeping are among Oklahoma’s Top 100 Critical Occupations with an average of 148 annual openings and median annual earnings of $41,870.40. Top 100 Critical Occupations - Oklahoma Works - Oklahoma Works
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Horticulture Technologies Department
400 N. Portland Avenue
John Kirkpatrick Building