Horticultural Science with a concentration in Pre-Graduate Studies focuses on the academic foundations necessary to take it to the next level, including organic chemistry, statistics, and genetics.
U.S. agricultural exports were valued at $140 billion in 2018 (USDA). The Citrus and Horticultural industries in Florida generate billions of dollars a year alone.
Florida Southern provides the perfect combination of hands-on experiences, broad-based education, and the industry connections you need to excel.
Graduate school requires a strong chemistry foundation. Choose from organic, medicinal, physical, bioorganic, inorganic, environmental, forensic ...
Florida Southern students learn real-world skills both in the classroom and outside as well: Greenhouses, chemistry and genetics labs, and comprehensive gardens.
Located in central Florida, our close proximity to the Citrus Research and Education Center in Lake Alfred allows us to bring in expert guest speakers from the industry.
There is always something interesting happening at Florida Southern.
If Florida Southern is known for anything other than its great academics and vibrant st...
Are you a lemon lover? Do you believe an orange a day keeps the doctor away? The
Dr. Rubert W. Prevatt, John and Ruth Tyndall Professor of Citrus Sciences Emeritus, who...
In CHE 2231 Organic Chemistry I, you'll examine carbon compounds approached through the study of nomenclature, structure, stereochemistry, functional groups, reactions, and mechanisms.
Our citrus and horticultural science majors attend a wide variety of graduate and professional schools.
Alpha Gamma Rho, the national agricultural social/professional fraternity is active on campus.
Chair of Citrus and Horticultural Science