LANDSCAPING I Course No. 8036
1 years -3 credits – Advanced Career Education (ACE) Center at Hermitage
State Course Title: Landscaping
Landscaping is a one-year, 3 credit course where students study the proper care of annual and perennial plants, lawns, shrubs, and trees. Instruction in the class covers instruction on basic plant botany, soil science, turf grass, landscape design, and grounds maintenance. Students learn the proper use of lawn and landscaping tools and equipment. Students who successfully complete this course may pursue career opportunities at parks, golf courses, nurseries, garden centers, and with tree and landscaping companies.
- NOCTI Horticulture Landscaping
- Workplace Readiness
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