Your green thumb can lead to a green career!
Earn a Bachelor’s in Sustainable Horticulture at Unity Environmental University.
Learn how to select, manage and improve plants and plant genetics while exploring their impact on sustainable food systems. Address how global and systemic issues including climate change affect the sustainability of horticulture systems. Advance your understanding of plant science or prepare to lead your own horticulture-related business.
Flexible online coursework while learning in your local environment.
Our 100% online degrees bring learning to you, while a unique, project-based curriculum lets you turn your backyard into your classroom. Immersive technologies like Extended Reality (XR) and fieldwork in your community will keep you involved and engaged.
The BS Sustainable Horticulture degree will cover topics such as Plant Genetics, Plant Pathology & Entomology, Food Systems and Social Justice, Soil Analysis, Sustainable Farm Management and more, and can complement jobs such as Agronomist, Greenhouse Manager, Hydroponics Specialist, Floriculturist, and more.
Why Enroll at Unity Environmental University?
Eight start dates per year for bachelor’s. Six start dates per year for master’s.
Earn your degree at the speed that works for you.
$470 per credit hour for bachelor’s and $650 per credit hour for master’s with zero hidden fees.
See where a degree from Unity Environmental University can take you.
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Why study at America’s Environmental University?
Since 1965, Unity Environmental University has been educating environmental professionals.
Our distinctive approach to learning provides students with an exceptional, high-quality education, enabling them to drive real change with leading-edge knowledge and expertise.
Unity Environmental University is a non-profit institution and fully accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).