• On-Campus Component
  • Cost
    Resident per credit $520.50; resident 13-credit flat rate $6,766.00; non-resident per credit $1,235.50; non-resident 13-credit flat rate $16,061.00
  • Total Credits
  • Credential
  • Admission GPA
  • Application Deadlines
  • Campus
    Twin Cities
  • Department
    Department of Horticultural Science

Plants provide many practical and recreational benefits to society—whether it's the food we eat, the parks we play in, or the gardens we admire. The Horticulture Minor is for students who want to learn more about plants and their many diverse uses. Coursework is flexible and can easily be tailored to specific horticultural interests, including floriculture and nursery production, turf grass science, landscape design and maintenance, fruit and vegetable production, sustainable and organic production practices, therapeutic horticulture, plant physiology, and genetics. The only required course, HORT 1001: Plant Propagation, is available in an online format during the summer semester.

Required Courses

HORT 1001 – Plant Propagation (4 cr)