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Phone: (315) 684-6046
Fax: (315) 684-6427
Email: admissions@morrisville.edu
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Why Morrisville?

I chose Morrisville because it was exactly what I was looking for. Right when I stepped on campus it felt right to me. The horticulture program and facilities really got my attention and I enjoy the small town feel of Morrisville. The students have a real relationship with their professors and I really feel at home here. 
Alison Falkenburgh '12
Major:
 Horticulture Business Management

School of Agriculture, Sustainability, Business and Entrepreneurship

Dean: Christopher L. Nyberg
Phone: (315) 684-6083
Email: nybergcl@morrisville.edu

Course Description

Planting Design

This course addresses the theory and practices of the landscape planting design process. Topics will be covered in lectures using textbook readings, Power Point presentations, and class discussions. The lab component is designed as a sequence of both studio and outdoor projects which will involve the student in applying the knowledge gained from the lectures and readings. The projects vary in type and scale to cover client relationships, site study, aesthetic, functional, and ecological plant uses, plant selection criteria, design process and vocabulary, design principles & elements, design graphic tools & techniques, planting plan drawings and models. A basic understanding of design, drafting and ornamental horticulture is needed to complete the assignments for the class. A semester-long sketchbook assignment and a design portfolio documenting student’s projects and creative process are required. Prerequisites: HORT 101, 103, or permission of instructor 4 credits (2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours/week), fall semester These credits will satisfy the SUNY General Education requirements for “The Arts.”

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Admissions Requirements

A minimum score of 450 English and 500 Math SAT scores are required.  

Students may transfer into this degree program after successfully completing an A.A.S. in Horticulture or a related field.Students who have completed transferable, college level course work may receive admission to the program on a case-by-case basis. A minimum 2.2 cumulative grade point average is required for transfer students.