Code: F_CER_UAGM

Campus: Larimer Campus and Westminster Campus

Urban Agriculture Management

This program prepares students to manage or work in an urban agriculture operation (the production of high value fruit and vegetable crops in an urban setting).

HLT Program Directors recommend that students enrolled in this certificate:

- Complete the Horticulture certificate and/or HLT AAS degree.

- Take the following courses as electives while completing a Horticulture certificate or HLT AAS degree: HLT 150 Irrigation I and HLT 160 Greenhouse Management.

Requirements

Required Courses

Course NumberTitleCredits
HLT 202Plant Health Care

4

HLT 208Pesticide Safety and Use

2

HLT 240Introductory Soil Science

4

HLT 262Urban Farm Management

4

 

HLT 280Internship

3

or

HLT 287Cooperative Education

3

Total Credit Hours: 17

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