Horticulture is the growing of flowers, fruits and vegetables, and of plants for ornament and fancy." Simply put, horticulture is the art and science of plant production for both beauty and utility. We work with fruits, vegetables, ornamental plants, and turf grass, in a variety of labs, fields, golf courses, and garden centers. Rather than staple crops, horticulture focuses on fruit, vegetables, flowers, and landscape plants. As a result, we use creativity to seek sustainable solutions in horticultural research to enhance health and quality of life for the world at large.
Earning a degree related to horticultural science will prepare you for a variety of careers. Whether you want to work in a lab, a field, a floral shop, at an arboretum, at a botanical garden, on the golf course, or something completely different, the possibilities are endless. Both plant science and food systems majors begin their career experiences early with a required internship and are notified of many other internships and part-time jobs throughout the year.
Faculty of Agriculture
2 years ( 4 Sem)
ON THE BASIS OF MERIT/ ENTRANCE