Associate of Science in Environmental Landscaping

General

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Program Description

Environmental landscaping is more than making the world around us a beautiful place. It’s about creating environments that function practically and in harmony with nature. It’s growing plants, designing the spaces, and installing the landscapes. The courses are designed to meet the needs of both the home gardener and the professional gardener wanting to gain more knowledge in environmental landscaping. The field is appealing to those wanting to work in outdoor occupations, as well as those who like to work with high-tech equipment. This curriculum is designed so that graduates, depending on their interest, abilities, and achievement, may qualify for employment in a wide variety of capacities.

Career Options

Arboriculture (Tree Care), Commercial Landscape Management, Environmental Planning, Interiorscape Design and Maintenance, Landscape Design and Installation, Landscape Irrigation, Landscape Salesperson, Nursery Specialist/Propagator, Park Supervision, Residential and Estate Maintenance, Retail Nursery Sales, Wholesale Nursery Production

Transfer

Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution should complete the lower division major requirements and general education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution and major. Exact major requirements for UC and CSU institutions can be found on www.assist.org. Please see a counselor for more information as curriculum requirements may vary among transfer universities.

A.S. in Environmental Landscaping, Occupational

(Certificate of Achievement in Landscape Construction and Design Concepts Specialty, Landscape Maintenance Specialty, and Nursery Management Specialty also awarded) This curriculum is designed so that graduates, depending on their interests, abilities, and achievement, may qualify for employment in a wide variety of capacities.

Last updated February 2018

About the School

Established in 1926, the College of Marin is one of 113 public community colleges in California. There are two campuses to serve you in beautiful Marin County. The Kentfield Campus is located approxim ... Read More

Established in 1926, the College of Marin is one of 113 public community colleges in California. There are two campuses to serve you in beautiful Marin County. The Kentfield Campus is located approximately 11 minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge at 835 College Avenue in Kentfield. The Indian Valley Campus is located minutes away on a spectacular 333 acre site on Ignacio Boulevard in Novato, CA. Read less
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