Horticulture

Award

Degree Type

Associate in Science
Certificate of Achievement
Cash

Average Salary

$66,120 
Gear

Skills

Design and Draft
Landscape Plans

Welcome To Horticulture

Do you prefer studying plants?

Searching for a dynamic degree program?

Looking to learn about Integrated Pest Management?

Check Out Our Horticulture Program!

Solano Community College’s Horticulture program is designed to provide theory and practical experience needed to enter the horticulture field or prepare for advancement or certification. The program also offers some of the basic courses required of horticulture majors transferring to four year institutions. This program offers certificates and degrees in six Ornamental Horticulture areas.

Upcoming Events

Solano Horticulture Club Fall Plant Sale

Help support the Horticulture Programs by giving our plants a new and loving home!

October 6th: 10 am – 6 pm

October 8th: 9 am – 1 pm

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the Horticulture Science Certificate of Achievement/Associate Degree will be able to:

  1. Design and draft landscape plan
  2. Design an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan
  3. Estimate the cost of a landscape construction project

Meet Our Horticulture Faculty

Program Directory

Administration
Name
Title
Email
Ext.
Room
Ryan, Joseph
Dean of Math & Science
7110
2700, 2719B
Camins, Irene
Vallejo Science Lab Technician
4906
VJOC
Eason, Angela
Biology Lab Technician
4379
317
Kaywood, Kayla
Administrative Assistant, Math
4490
2700, 2719A
Kucala, Christine
Vacaville Science Lab Technician
4562
VV
Low, Jennifer
Biotechnology Lab Technician
7881
1852
Park, Nedra
Admin Asst I - MESA
4498
173-A
Vacant
Computer Lab Technician (MAC)
Vacant
Horticulture Lab Technician
Biology Prep Room
4379
317
Chemistry Prep Room
4408
327
Geog/Geol Prep Room
4532
332
Math Activity Center (MAC)
7138
1525
Math Tech Room
4588
1522
MESA
4498
434
Physics Prep Room
7188
331