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2020 Most Popular Horticulture Schools in South Carolina

These Are The Most Well Attended Colleges for Horticulture in South Carolina

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Horticulture falls within the Agriculture & Agriculture Operations field. Within Agriculture & Agriculture Operations, 21,561 Horticulture students graduate per year. Out of more than 384 school majors in the U.S., Horticulture is the 188th most popular.

South Carolina Schools Offering Horticulture Listed in Order of Popularity

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Any student who is interested in Horticulture needs to take a look at Clemson University. Graduates of the Horticulture program make an average of $34,818 in the first five years of their career, and $54,831 after their first five years of their career. This school has one of the largest student bodies in South Carolina.

There is a graduate program obtainable for those who are intrigued. The longer it takes to complete their degree the more debt students take on. Take a virtual tour for more information on Clemson's campus.





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