Therapeutic Horticulture Certificate Program
- Select and care for a diverse group of plants suitable for use in indoor and outdoor settings.
- Understand the characteristics and needs of service communities served through therapeutic horticulture programs.
- Develop goals, activities, adaptations, and evaluation methods that fit the specific needs of an individual or group.
As of fall 2022, we are thrilled to unveil our newly re-conceptualized Therapeutic Horticulture Certificate Program. Please view these Frequently Asked Questions for more information about this program and how it differs from the former Horticultural Therapy program.
Certificate students must complete 176 course hours, 10 site visit hours, and 100 hours of field experience. After completing all Therapeutic Horticulture requirements, students should contact the Program Coordinator Program Coordinator to discuss options for their field experience.
|A Trauma-Informed Approach to Therapeutic Horticulture
|Developing Cultural Competency in Therapeutic Horticulture Programs
Site Visit offerings vary with every catalog season. Browse our Site Visits page to discover what's currently scheduled.
P = Courses with a prerequisite before you can register
For classes with no current session available, please check back when we announce the next season's catalog.
PARALLEL COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT CERTIFICATE STUDENTS
For those who have been working toward a Horticultural Therapy Certificate, please review the chart below to determine which new classes correlate with the previous classes required to complete your certificate: