Agricultural Technology

Plant Science and Agricultural Technology

Through Valencia’s A.S. degree program in Plant Science and Agricultural Technology, you can focus on either landscape (design, construction and maintenance) or horticulture (greenhouse and nursery operations). The A.A. transfer plan provides the foundational science courses you’ll need to transfer to a four-year horticulture program. Either way, you’ll learn about everything from plant propagation to greenhouse construction through labs, field trips, internships and greenhouses on both East and West Campuses.


Plant Science and Agricultural Technology

With tremendous advancement in computer-driven technologies, the approach to designing and planning of land developments has changed dramatically. Valencia's A.S. degree program in Plant Science and Agricultural Technology takes a well-rounded approach, offering specializations in both landscape and horticulture.


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Programs & Degrees


Associate in Arts Degree Pathway

Degree Pathways are designed to prepare students to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior. The courses listed in the plans are the common prerequisites required for the degree. They are placed within the general education requirements and/or the elective credits. Specific universities may have additional requirements, so it is best check your transfer institution catalog and meet with a Valencia advisor.

Associate in Science

The A.S. degree prepares you to enter a specialized career field in about two years. It also transfers to the Bachelor of Applied Science program offered at some universities. If the program is “articulated,” it will also transfer to a B.A. or B.S. degree program at a designated university.


A certificate prepares you to enter a specialized career field or upgrade your skills for job advancement. Most can be completed in one year or less. Credits earned can be applied toward a related A.S. degree program.

Continuing Education

Continuing Education provides non-degree, non-credit programs including industry-focused training, professional development, language courses, certifications and custom course development for organizations. Day, evening, weekend and online learning opportunities are available.