This minor gives students a broad overview of the many areas that are encompassed by plant sciences. It includes several lab classes which allow hands-on experience in the identification, production and anatomical study of a wide-range of herbaceous and woody plants. The required courses cover both basic and applied sciences. Elective courses allow the individual to choose from courses focusing on plants in natural ecosystems, in the managed ecosystems of farms, greenhouses and nurseries, or in the laboratory.
The following courses are not acceptable course choices toward the minor for Environmental Horticulture majors: PSE 403 and PSE 415.
Some of the courses below may be offered in alternate years. Be sure to check the course descriptions in the online Undergraduate Catalog.