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  • Develop technical skills in planting, pruning, equipment usage and weed control to become a well-rounded landscape professional. 
  • Gain advanced skills in technology that will help you stand out to employers. You’ll study digital design, 3D rendering and presentation of landscape design ideas. 
  • Learn through project-based, hands-on program work in Gateway’s state-of-the-art Pike Creek Horticulture Center and gardens.
  • Explore integrated pest-management systems to help you identify pests and diseases, and work to prevent and control them. 
  • Engage in sustainable landscape design, installation, retrofits and management around the campus and community.
Program Credits
Kenosha Campus
Financial Aid Eligible
Tuition & Fees: $11,454
Books and Supplies: $4,854
Start Dates
Salary Outlook
Career Opportunities:
Landscape/Garden Specialist, Landscape Sales Representative, Landscape Manager/Supervisor, Landscape Stewardship Lead

Landscape Horticulture Career Pathway

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