In general, no two graduate programs are alike. A distinctive feature of graduate training is that it can be structured for the individual student's needs. A listing of Horticultural Science courses follows. One hour of HS 601 (Seminar Techniques and Technology) is required for MHS and MS students, and 4 (MS) or 3 (PhD) hours of the core courses (HS 701-707, HS 717) are required of all students, except those in the Interdisciplinary Plant Physiology Program.
View the Horticultural Science graduate courses offered at the 500, 600, 700, and 800-level.
Courses that cannot be listed on MHS, MS or PhD Plans of Graduate Work:
- HS 690
- HS 696
- HS 890
- HS 896
If you register for HS 699 or HS 899, you cannot register for any other courses. The Graduate School rules prohibit registration in HS 699 or HS 899 if currently registered for any other course and vice versa.
Learn more about the Horticultural Science Graduate Program.