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The program focuses on three areas:

  • Academic coursework and thesis research through which Fellows gain knowledge in areas such as human resource management, basic finances, fundraising, and museum studies.
  • Experiential learning including leading projects and events, board and committee positions, and a Longwood mentorship program. Learn about the 2016 Longwood Graduate Program Symposium.
  • Travel domestically and abroad to experience the wide range of public gardens, learn from garden professionals, and make lasting connections in the field of public horticulture.

Upon completion of this program, graduates receive a Master of Science degree in Public Horticulture. To learn more, visit the Longwood Graduate Program website or their blog.

We are pleased to annouce our new Longwood Fellows Program. This program is the evolution of the Longwood Graduate Program, and focuses on building the leadership capacity of high-potential public horticulture professionals. Find out more about the Longwood Fellows Program.