2 Credits per semester
Grade Level: 10, 11, 12
Landscape Management is a yearlong course that provides the student with an overview of the many career opportunities in the diverse field of landscape management. Students are introduced to the procedures used in the planning and design of a landscape using current technology practices, the principles and procedures involved with landscape construction, the determination of maintenance schedules, communications, management and employability skills necessary in landscaping operations, and the care and use of equipment utilized by landscapers. Upon completion of the program plus learning and demonstrating other skills, students have the opportunity to receive an industry approved State Certificate of Mastery in Landscape Management.
Students will have an opportunity to learn how plants grow, how to landscape and complete in contests.
Students will study plant production, growing various plants, lawn care, landscape maintenance, and design and installation of landscaping for homes
Landscape Management and Horticultual Science is recommeded to be taken together.