The Landscape Horticulture program at MCC prepares you for a career in wholesale or retail nurseries, landscape design and construction companies, or landscape management firms. You will also be prepared to work for a government agency involved with the technical phases of the landscape horticulture industry. In the program, you’ll learn all about the design, planning, and management of landscapes and how to develop horticulture in urban spaces, parks, and private residential spaces. Design and horticulture awareness are essential components of the program.
Transfer & Finish Your 4 Year Degree
Our programs can prepare you for a career in several fields or you can decide to continue with your studies and earn a four year degree. You can transfer to the Arizona State University East campus (ASU East) and continue the program at the Morrison School of Agribusiness, or transfer to ASU Main's School of Planning and Landscape Architecture in the College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Prefer to be a Wildcat? In Tucson, your transfer options include the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at University of Arizona. If you want more in-depth information, please see our Programs and Degrees pages here.