Principles of Horticulture

Course Designed for Teachers

Earn 3 Academic Credits Toward Re-Certification

Dates: Summer 2023

Why: Equip yourself with classroom-friendly, hands-on activities from a biblical perspective. The course is designed for teachers in both small and large school settings and offers inexpensive labs with easy set-up/clean-up.

Format: 6 weeks – completely online content with coordinated laboratory activities you can use in your classroom.

Credit: 3 credits graduate level (HORT 540)

Course Topics:
          Soil Science
          Plant Science
          Pests and Diseases
          Plant Propagation and Pruning
          Landscape Design Principles
          Fruit & Vegetable Production

How to Register:
1. Apply as a GRADUATE GUEST at 
2. Follow instructions to activate your username and set up your Andrews email (and check it regularly!)
3. Then use Registration Central to enroll in and pay for this great summer deal.

More help to apply and register:

Even more personal help:
Email with questions about the admission or registration steps as this is a graduate level class.

Department of Sustainable Agriculture
Phone: (269) 471-6006

Mailing Address
Department of Sustainable Agriculture
Smith Hall 109
8385 Farm Oval
Berrien Springs, MI 49104