The University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s School of Agriculture offers Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees in seven major areas. As a recognized world leader for our undergraduate programs in agriculture, we offer a diverse selection of clubs and organizations, as well as several nationally competing teams, opportunities to apply classroom theories to on-campus science laboratories, a greenhouse, 430-acre university farm, and robust internship program.
UW-Platteville’s environmental horticulture bachelor’s degree is exceptionally rare in the region. We prepare students by combining a liberal arts education with professional curricular and educational opportunities that combine important theoretical and practical aspects of horticultural and biological sciences with managerial skills.
The graduates of UW-Platteville Environmental Horticulture program have outstanding job placement rates, exceeding 95 percent, and explore careers in the areas of education and research, greenhouse management, horticultural therapy, landscape design and management, plant breeding and genetics, and more.