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The Program teaches Fellows to be leaders through a variety of activities and coursework. Issues such as planning, teamwork, human resource management, basic finances/economics and museum studies are covered through internships, seminars, meetings and graduate coursework.
The uniqueness of the Program allows Fellows to tailor elective coursework, research and special projects to meet his or her own interests in public horticulture.
Graduates receive a Master of Science degree in Public Horticulture and take mid-to-top level management and leadership positions in arboreta, botanical gardens, community greening organizations, display gardens, and municipal beautification programs.
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The Gardens are the perfect place to expand young guests' horizons with a variety of fun and innovative programs.
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Registration now open! Join horticulture professionals from around the globe as they converge to discuss current research and trialing techniques.
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Registration is now open for our 2013 Continuing Education courses!
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