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.
Jeremy Thorne, Landscape/Horticulture Technology: Landscape Emphasis
We hire Penn College graduates, because they are ready to enter the workforce and help us deliver high-quality landscapes for our clients. They are passionate and ready to take on new challenges. It’s also great to support where I started.
Nathan Graybill, Project Manager, Eichenlaub Inc., and Landscape/Horticulture Technology alum
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Can You Picture Yourself... ...with a degree in Landscape/Horticulture? These grads did!
Other Landscape/Horticulture Information
A Career in Landscaping Could Be for You
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