CSPH 5522: Therapeutic Horticulture

3 CreditsOnline Available

An introduction into the purposeful delivery of plants and plant related activities for therapeutic benefits. This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the central elements of therapeutic horticulture in the context of multiple health care settings. Students will learn the evidence-based history, principles, precepts, and practical application of therapeutic horticulture. A variety of plant and plant related modalities from current research findings will be discussed related to various populations using therapeutic horticulture as a treatment intervention. Prereq junior, senior, or graduate student or instructor consent

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