Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: 02821)
Designed to train students in the skills needed in the floral design industry. Students who successfully complete the degree are eligible for positions such as assistant floral designer, floral designer, floral shop manager, and floral shop owner. Positions may be found at floral shops, wholesale floral suppliers, retail nurseries, hotels and resorts, and as a private floral consultant. Students who have completed this degree have proven they can produce not only the normal bank of floral products but also new, creative, and innovative designs for all activities.
Program Student Learning Outcome Statement
- Graduates of this program will interview a prospective bride, present floral design themes, and justify the budget for the flowers for a wedding.
- Graduates of this program will be able to plan, organize, and develop a budget for the floral arrangements for convention or business event.
- Graduates of this program will understand the differences requirements of planning the floral needs of funerals for different ethnic cultures.
|LNT 100||PLANT AND HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE||4|
|LNT 113||PLANT IDENTIFICATION - HERBACEOUS PLANTS||3|
|LNT 136||PLANT PEST AND DISEASE CONTROL||3|
|LNT 138||FLORAL DESIGN I||3|
|LNT 140||FLORAL DESIGN II||3|
|LNT 141||FLORAL DESIGN III||1|
|LNT 147||WEDDING DESIGN AND EVENT PLANNING||2|
|PD 290||OCCUPATIONAL COOPERATIVE EDUCATION I||2|
|PD 291||OCCUPATIONAL COOPERATIVE EDUCATION II||2|
|PD 292||OCCUPATIONAL COOPERATIVE EDUCATION III||2|
|PD 293||OCCUPATIONAL COOPERATIVE EDUCATION IV||2|
|Complete 9 units from Electives||9|
|LNT 95||PORTFOLIOS, PRESENTATIONS, AND CONSULTATIONS FOR FLORAL DESIGN||1|
|LNT 118||PLANT IDENTIFICATION FOR FLORAL DESIGN||1|
|LNT 146||PLANT PROPAGATION||3|
|LNT 148||HORTICULTURAL BUSINESS PRACTICES||3|
|ART 121||DARKROOM AND DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I||3|
|BUS 144||ADVERTISING AND PROMOTIONAL STRATEGY||1|
|BUS 145||FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL BUSINESS||1|
|BUS 147||SUCCESSFUL SELLING TECHNIQUES||1|
|BUS 148||DEVELOPING AND STARTING A NEW BUSINESS||3|
|COMM 174||INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION||3|
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.