HORT6101: Introduction to the MPS in Horticulture Program

1 CreditField StudyOnline Available

This course will introduce you to the MPS Horticulture Program, along with the resources available at the University that can help you successfully complete your MPS degree. In addition, you will learn more about the research, teaching, and outreach occurring in the Department of Horticultural Science and begin to plan for your required capstone project that occurs at the end of your degree program. We will meet online each week via Zoom. Our class time will be used in several ways including large and small group discussions, guest speakers, and workshops.

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