Creative Outdoor Management 1 & 2

Creative Outdoor Management is for students who have an interest in landscaping and don’t mind
getting their hands dirty. This program will take students from the design studio into the field, working with industry-standard tools and techniques. They also partner with local parks, gardens and golf courses. This program will include a variety of opportunities for students to be involved in hands-on experiences

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT I-5136)
  • Learn to identify species of plants
  • Learn the common names and botanical names of plants
  • Identify growth habits and differences of shade, ornamental, and evergreen trees and shrubs
  • Learn maintenance techniques for private landscapes, nurseries, or grounds, such as golf courses, athletic fields, botanical gardens, or agricultural settings
  • Become OSHA Agriculture Safety and lawn care certified
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT II-5137)
  • Design and draft landscape plans
  • Continued learning of maintenance techniques
  • Identify bacteria, diseases and management of these problems
  • Learn the business aspects of this industry
  • Prerequisite: Creative Landscaping 1
    (DOE COURSE: LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT I-5136)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for immediate employment or further their education to become a landscape designer or architect at a 2-year or 4-year post secondary institution

Earn up to 27 college credits
Certified Business Professional (CBP) certification available
1st year costs = $50
2nd year costs = $50

Creative Outdoor Management 1 & 2

Creative Outdoor Management is for students who have an interest in landscaping and don’t mind
getting their hands dirty. This program will take students from the design studio into the field, working with industry-standard tools and techniques. They also partner with local parks, gardens and golf courses. This program will include a variety of opportunities for students to be involved in hands-on experiences

COURSE OVERVIEW: 1ST YEAR
(DOE COURSE: LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT I-5136)
  • Learn to identify species of plants
  • Learn the common names and botanical names of plants
  • Identify growth habits and differences of shade, ornamental, and evergreen trees and shrubs
  • Learn maintenance techniques for private landscapes, nurseries, or grounds, such as golf courses, athletic fields, botanical gardens, or agricultural settings
  • Become OSHA Agriculture Safety and lawn care certified
COURSE OVERVIEW: 2ND YEAR
(DOE COURSE: LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT II-5137)
  • Design and draft landscape plans
  • Continued learning of maintenance techniques
  • Identify bacteria, diseases and management of these problems
  • Learn the business aspects of this industry
  • Prerequisite: Creative Landscaping 1
    (DOE COURSE: LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT I-5136)
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared for immediate employment or further their education to become a landscape designer or architect at a 2-year or 4-year post secondary institution

Earn up to 27 college credits
Certified Business Professional (CBP) certification available
1st year costs = $50
2nd year costs = $50