As KPU continues to take measures to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff during COVID-19, all Fall 2020 Horticulture lectures will be delivered online. A limited number of blended courses will be offered. For more information regarding blended courses in the Faculty of Science and Horticulture, including a full list, please visit FSH Fall 2020 Course Information. For more information, contact KPU's Future Students Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Horticulture brings together people, plants and places. Horticulturists produce fruits, flowers and plants; design, install and maintain parks and gardens; and manage sports fields and golf courses. Horticulture at KPU combines scientific principles, aesthetic values, sound business practices and community awareness to produce and manage plants and landscapes. Faculty and staff have lived commercial horticulture, are active in the industry and are committed to excellence in teaching. Small classes provide students participatory learning environments: work on your career goals today while planning for the future! Choose from trades qualifications, citations, diplomas or degrees. To find out more about our Horticulture programs and our learning facilities on the Langley campus, email email@example.com or call 604-599-2422.