The Urban and Community Agriculture Certificate will equip students with basic knowledge of plant science that is used for the growth, development, and utilization of cultivated plants. This knowledge will allow the students to propagate plants, implement sustainable landscape design, understand the science of soil, and will ultimately enable the student to operate and manage a greenhouse.
This certificate will provide the skills for growing sustainable food in urban areas and communities.
Potential articulation agreements with Ohio State University, Central State University, and Wilmington College are in process.
The Urban and Community Agriculture Certificate prepares students for certifications in the Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association.
|AGR 1201||Horticulture I||3|
|AGR 1202||Science of Soil||3|
|AGR 1203||Trees & Shrubs||3|
|AGR 1204||Plant Propagation||3|
|AGR 1205||Greenhouse Management||3|
|AGR 1206||Horticulture II||3|
|AGR 1207||Greenhouse Applications||3|
|AGR 1208||Sustainable Landscape Design||3|
|AGR 1209||Greenhouse Management Capstone||3|
|ENT 2140||Small Business Finance||3|
|AGR 1160||Introduction to Agriculture Science||1|