Horticulture Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Horticulture, Horticultural Business Management Concentration

Career Opportunities

While an education may not be required for many entry-level jobs, more advanced, higher-paying horticulture careers require at least a bachelor's degree. When you earn your horticulture degree online with CSU, you gain scientific knowledge and business skills that will make you eligible for a wide variety of green industry jobs.

Potential job titles include:

  • Plant technician
  • Crew supervisor
  • Superintendent of operations
  • Sales person
  • Manger of propagation (garden center)
  • Inventory manager
  • Field supervisor
  • Landscape technician
  • Equipment operator
  • Grower manager
  • Greenhouse manager
  • Plant collections curator

Organizations that have a need for employees with an academic background in horticulture include:

  • Garden centers
  • City/county parks and recreation departments
  • CSAs
  • Nurseries
  • Public gardens
  • Landscape design firms
  • Greenhouses
  • Farms
  • Vineyards

What Next?

  • Discover why more than 10,000 students each year choose to advance their education with a program from Colorado State University Online.

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