- Graduate Certificate
- Professional training in using garden-related activities to reach treatment goals
- Course Delivery
- Application Requirements
- 3.0 minimum GPA on last two years of bachelor’s program
- Two years of professional work experience
- Completed college coursework in horticulture, and health and human services.
- Completion Requirements
- 12 credit hours of coursework
The Graduate Certificate Program in Horticultural Therapy is built around the busy lives of health and human services professionals, horticulturists and educators that work with people with disabilities, older adults and those recovering from illness. The 12-credit hour program of study is offered completely online. The program is designed to enhance the credentials and professional stature of working professionals in their current positions and to advance in their career.
Prospective students will find the Kansas State University graduate certificate in horticultural therapy is:
- Convenient, all the coursework is offered online so you can study when and where you need to.
- Affordable, K-State distance education students pay the same rate regardless if they are instate or out of state students and the cost per course is extremely affordable compared to many institutions.
- From an accredited institution, K-State is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools of Higher Learning Commission.
With all the coursework counting as graduate credit, you will also have a head-start if you choose to pursue a master’s degree.