Floral Designer

Certificate Program
FD11

Program Description
The floral designer certificate is designed for students who want to move quickly towards a floral career. Students learn basic design skills and the correct use of floral supplies and equipment. Students also become familiar with wedding and event planning as well as how to profitably run a floral business. Technical courses apply to the degree or diploma program in environmental horticulture. This certificate does not qualify for financial aid as it does not meet minimum hour requirements. (Program Length: 3 Semesters Minimum)

Note: Most courses in this program are subject to a livework/supply reimbursement charge. HORT 1720 and 1730 have a $150 supply fee. HORT 2249 has a $75 supply fee.

This certificate does not have enough credit hours to qualify for financial aid.

Employment Opportunities
Floral designer, event planner, interior plant specialist, floral shop manager

1st SEMESTER
3 Hours

HORT 1720 Introductory Floral Design

2nd SEMESTER
6 Hours

HORT 1730 Advanced Floral Design

HORT XXXX Elective or HORT 1150 Envrnmntl Horticulture Internship


3rd SEMESTER
3 Hours

HORT 2249 Flower Shop Management


12 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

Elective(s): any HORT course not required for program completion; HRTM 1150, INDS 1105.

Recommended Elective(s): HORT 1150