Environmental Horticulture & Design FAQs
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Additional Contact Information

If you have questions regarding course requirements, you may contact:
  • David Sauter, Program Director (650) 949-7427
  • Dan Svenson, Horticulture Faculty (650) 949-7402
  • BH Division office, (650) 949-7249
  • Environmental Horticulture & Design Job Posting Board
  • Foothill College
    Main Campus Phone Number: (650) 949-7777
  • Mailing address:
    Environmental Horticulture & Design Foothill College 12345 El Monte Road Los Altos Hills, CA 94022


Answers

Q: Do I need to apply to the program?

A: No. Applications are not required.

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Q: Do I need to wait until the fall to join the program?

A: Students may join the program during any quarter. For advising please contact the Program Director, Dan Svenson at (650) 949-7402.

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Q: I am an older, re-entry student. Will I feel out of place with all the younger students?

A: 95% of the OH Program students are 're-entry' students. Ages of our students have ranged from 13 to 92. Most students are in the 25 to 55 age group.

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Q: I am a homeowner interested in classes for my own personal use. What classes do you recommend?

A: The Horticulture Department at Foothill College offers a series short courses tailored to homeowners' interests. Typical offerings include Pruning Skills, Landscape Lighting, Residential Landscape Design, Plant Propagation, Plant Nutrition, and Residential Irrigation Systems.

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Q: Does your program prepare students for transfer to a 4-year Horticulture Program?

A: The A.S. Degree in Environmental Horticulture and Deisgn usually satisfies the transfer requirements for 4-year programs such as Cal Poly and U.C. Berkeley. Check with the Program Director, Dan Svenson, for more information.

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Q: What is the difference between an A.S. degree and a Certificate?

A: The A.S. degree includes the college's general education requirement. The certificates offered include both a core “Skills” certificate as well as a specialization “Career” certificate. Please contact the Program Director, Dan Svenson, at (650) 949-7402 for additional information.

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