2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
    Dec 03, 2020  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog

Horticulture Technology, AAS


Upon completion of an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Horticulture Technology, a student will be able to:

Science & Technology
  • Utilize the proper procedures for setup and operation of various types of equipment.
  • Choose procedures, tools or equipment to complete work assignments.
  • Be able to locate, understand, and interpret information found in plans, blueprints, manuals, graphs, and schedules.
  • Be able to recognize, organize, and process symbols, pictures, and diagrams that are pertinent to this field.
 Problem Solving/Critical Thinking
  • Be able to identify or solve problems using various test equipment.
  • Be able to recognize a problem and implement a response.
  • Be able to evaluate a service situation and choose the best corrective measure.
  • Utilize time management skills to complete work as scheduled.
  • Choose procedures, tools or equipment to complete work assignments.
  • Be able to locate, understand, and interpret information found in plans, blueprints, manuals, graphs, and schedules.
  • Be able to recognize, organize, and process symbols, pictures, and diagrams that are pertinent to this field.
 Professionalism
  • Be able to demonstrate understanding, friendliness, politeness to coworkers, as well as customers.
  • Be able to present a positive attitude toward the work environment regardless of situation.
  • Utilize time management skills to complete work as scheduled.
  • Be able to demonstrate understanding, friendliness, politeness to coworkers, as well as customers.
  • Be able to present a positive attitude toward the work environment regardless of situation.
  • Exert a high level of effort and an honest nature in the work place.
  • Be able to respond to verbal directions and or messages necessary to perform tasks pertinent to this career.
  • Be able to organize their thoughts and ideas and deliver them verbally in a way the customer will understand.
  • Be able to evaluate a service situation and choose the best corrective measure.
  • Be able to demonstrate understanding, friendliness, politeness to coworkers, as well as customers.
  • Be able to locate, understand, and interpret information found in plans, blueprints, manuals, graphs, and schedules.
  • Be able to respond to verbal directions and or messages necessary to perform tasks pertinent to this career.
Communication
  • Be able to locate, understand, and interpret information found in plans, blueprints, manuals, graphs, and schedules.
  • Be able to respond to verbal directions and or messages necessary to perform tasks pertinent to this career.
  • Be able to organize their thoughts and ideas and deliver them verbally in way the customer will understand.
  • Be able to recognize, organize, and process symbols, pictures, and diagrams that are pertinent to this field.
  • Be able to evaluate a service situation and choose the best corrective measure.