Discontinued Program - Landscape and Lawn Management

Program:
Landscape and Lawn Management
Program Code:
5278 Landscape and Lawn Management
Program Level:
Agricultural Technology
Award Type:
Technology Certificate
Start Term:
FS06
End Term:
US17
College:
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:
Department:
Institute of Agricultural Technology
Relevant Excerpt(s) from Academic Programs:


Excerpt from the official Academic Programs Catalog:

Listed below are the approved requirements for the program from the official Academic Programs Catalog.
Students must consult their advisors to learn which specific requirements apply to their degree programs.
Following this section are the requirements as represented in Degree Navigator, MSU's online advising tool. The Degree Navigator section is only available for programs using Degree Navigator for degree certification.

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Institute of Agricultural Technology

Programs
Landscape and Lawn Management

The Landscape and Lawn Management program is a unique partnership between the Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources' Institute of Agricultural Technology and Grand Rapids Community College. This program provides students an opportunity to gain the necessary skills for a successful career in the billion-dollar landscape and nursery industry without leaving the Grand Rapids area. Graduates of the program work as owners, managers, buyers, or salespersons in retail firms, commercial landscape construction and maintenance operations, and as well as for private enterprises.

The program combines the theories and principles of classroom instruction with the practical experience of placement training. Although the emphasis is on landscape and lawn management, other important aspects of a college education are included. Students are required to take courses in fields such as written communications, botany, business management, computer science, soil science, plant pathology, entomology, ornamental plant identification, and much more.

Upon completion of the program requirements for the certificate, students also have the option of completing 20 additional credits at Grand Rapids Community College to obtain an Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree. The additional courses are in business, chemistry, written communications, humanities, and social science.

Requirements for Landscape and Lawn Management

1. All of the following courses (25 credits):
AT 293 Professional Internship in Agricultural Technology 3
CSS 202 World of Turf 2
CSS 202L World of Turf Lab 1
CSS 210 Fundamentals of Soil Science 3
ENT 110 Applied Entomology of Economic Plants 3
HRT 211 Landscape Plants I 3
HRT 212 Landscape Plants II 3
HRT 213 Landscape Maintenance 2
HRT 214 Landscape and Turfgrass Business Operations 2
PLP 104 Applied Plant Pathology for Ornamentals and Turf 3
2. Complete a minimum of 3 credits of course work from the Institute of  Agricultural Technology as approved by the program coordinator.
3. Complete 20 credits of course work from Grand Rapids Community College as approved by the program coordinator.


Degree Requirements from Degree Navigator.

NOTE: Degree Navigator is an advising tool only and should not be viewed as a contract with the student. Any questions about the requirements should be directed to an academic advisor.


Landscape and Lawn Management, ATCT (5278)

Required Credits: 48    Program Version: SS15

Requirement 1: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Professional Internship in Agricultural Technology
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Professional Internship in Agricultural Technology: 1 course from AT293

Requirement 2: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - World of Turf
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - World of Turf: 1 course from CSS202

Requirement 3: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - World of Turf Lab
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - World of Turf Lab: 1 course from CSS202L

Requirement 4: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Fundamentals of Soil Science
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Fundamentals of Soil Science: 1 course from CSS210

Requirement 5: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Applied Entomology of Economic Plants
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Applied Entomology of Economic Plants: 1 course from ENT110

Requirement 6: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape Plants I
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape Plants I: 1 course from HRT211

Requirement 7: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape Plants II
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape Plants II: 1 course from HRT212

Requirement 8: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape Maintenance
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape Maintenance: 1 course from HRT213

Requirement 9: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape and Turfgrass Business Operations
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Landscape and Turfgrass Business Operations: 1 course from HRT214

Requirement 10: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Applied Plant Pathology for Omamentals and Turf
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Applied Plant Pathology for Omamentals and Turf: 1 course from PLP104

Requirement 11: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Elective
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Elective: 3 credits from course work from the Institute of Agricultural Technology as approved by the program coordinator.

Requirement 12: Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Community College Partner
Ag Tech Program - Landscape and Lawn Management - Community College Partner: 20 credits from a community college partner, with approval from the Program Coordinator.

Requirement 13
48 credits required to complete this degreeThe specified coursework in this program may not equal this total. The difference must be made up of open options which must be acceptable within the limits of this program. In cases of doubt, please consult an academic advisor.