2018 Most Popular Horticulture Schools in Michigan

These Are The Most Well Attended Colleges for Horticulture in Michigan

Horticulture falls within the Agriculture & Agriculture Operations field. Within Agriculture & Agriculture Operations, 21,346 Horticulture students graduate per year. Out of more than 389 school majors in the U.S., Horticulture is the 185th most popular.

Michigan Schools Offering Horticulture Listed in Order of Popularity

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Northwestern Michigan College is among your best bets if you're planning on studying Horticulture. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate Northwestern Michigan College's location in the small town of Traverse City, Michigan.

Northwestern Michigan College does not require freshman students to live on-campus.The program with the most students signed up for at Northwestern Michigan College is liberal arts general studies. Ever wish you had a simple way to determine how a school is performing across all areas? Now you do. Have a look at Northwestern Michigan College's scorecard.

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