Many professionals in the horticulture industry feel that Penn College has the best associate degree program in the Northeast.
The computer labs at the Earth Science Campus allow the students to access up-to-date landscaping software.
Extensive five-acre plant arboretum, complimented by over 6,500 square feet of greenhouse space. College owned equipment includes a backhoe, a front-end loader, a Toro Dingo, and hand and power tools
Landscaping and plant production careers are at the forefront of the "green" movement.
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Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)
- landscape foreman/supervisor
- horticultural product marketing and merchandising
- landscape, field, and production manager
- arborist/tree care specialist
- plant propagator; lead grower
- greenhouse and nursery production
- floral shop and garden center manager
- irrigation technician
Sustaining a Dream
Alumni share inspiring careers at public garden
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A Career in Landscaping Could Be for You
Think landscaping is a job for folks who can't do anything else? This video may change your perception of what a career in landscaping is all about.
Whether you're a student, parent, or counselor, find out if the green industry is right for you.
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