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Top HORT 101 INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE, CROP, SOIL, AND INSECT SCIENCE (1)  Offered in current or future terms
Introduces students with interests in horticulture, crop, soil, and insect sciences to educational and professional opportunities in these disciplines. Speakers will discuss opportunities in research and academia as well as in the applied professional job market. Open to all students. CROSSLISTED as CROP 101, ENT 101, SOIL 101.

Top HORT 111 INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURAL CROP PRODUCTION (2) 
Characteristics of commercial horticulture; survey of commercial horticultural systems with emphasis on the Pacific Northwest; career opportunities in horticulture. Required field trips.

Top HORT 112 INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURAL SYSTEMS, PRACTICES AND CAREERS (2)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Overview of horticultural systems and practices, with an emphasis on the Pacific Northwest. Exploration of career opportunities in horticulture. Includes viticulture, environmental landscaping, turf management, greenhouse and nursery production, farming, education, and research. Required field trips.

Top HORT 199 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 199H SPECIAL TOPICS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits. PREREQS: Honors College approval required.

Top HORT 226 LANDSCAPE PLANT MATERIALS I: DECIDUOUS HARDWOODS AND CONIFER (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Identification of trees, shrubs, vines, and ground covers used in landscape horticulture. Basic plant taxonomy, nomenclature, anatomy, and use of plants in the landscape. Diverse plant material covered with an emphasis on deciduous hardwoods and conifers.

Top HORT 228 LANDSCAPE PLANT MATERIALS II: SPRING FLOWERING TREES AND SHRUB (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Identification of trees, shrubs, vines, and ground covers used in landscape horticulture. Basic plant taxonomy, nomenclature, anatomy, and use of plants in the landscape. Diverse plant material covered with an emphasis on spring flowering trees and shrubs. Lec/rec.

Top HORT 251 TEMPERATE TREE FRUIT, BERRIES, GRAPES, AND NUTS (2) 
Covers fruit and nut crops for temperate zones. Emphasis placed on scientific and common names, plant adaptation, basic morphology, major cultivars, and markets. Offered alternate years.

Top HORT 260 ORGANIC FARMING & GARDENING (3)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Organic farming and gardening methods are discussed in class and practiced in the field. The philosophical background of organic farming as well as the biological, environmental and social factors involved in organic food production are covered. Emphasis is on hands-on application of scientific principles to create sustainable food production systems. Lec/lab.

Top HORT 270 INTRODUCTION TO THERAPEUTIC HORTICULTURE (2) 
An introduction to the history, benefits, and methods of therapeutic horticulture. Surveys program models for vocational, social/recreational, wellness and therapeutic applications of horticulture.

Top HORT 271 TECHNIQUES & ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES IN THERAPEUTIC HORTICULTURE (2) 
An introduction to the characteristics of therapeutic gardens. Survey of year-round, indoor and outdoor therapeutic horticultural programming adaptations, strategies and techniques for different special populations. PREREQS: HORT 270 [D-]

Top HORT 272 BASIC THERAPEUTIC SKILLS I (2) 
The assessment and evaluation process in therapeutic horticulture. Development of communication strategies, helping skills, and horticultural skills for therapeutic situations. PREREQS: HORT 271 [D-]

Top HORT 273 BASIC THERAPEUTIC SKILLS II (2) 
Assessment and documentation tools in therapeutic horticulture. Treatment issues related to different types of physical and mental issues. Conduct and evaluate therapeutic horticultural activity sessions. PREREQS: HORT 272 [D-]

Top HORT 274 THERAPEUTIC HORTICULTURAL PROGRAMS FOR OLDER ADULTS/CHILDREN (2) 
Benefits and applications of therapeutic horticulture to older adults and special needs children. PREREQS: HORT 273 [D-]

Top HORT 275 THERAPEUTIC GARDEN DESIGN, MAINTENANCE AND PROGRAMMING (2) 
The history, characteristics and design of the therapeutic garden. The use of the garden in therapeutic horticultural programming. PREREQS: (HORT 274 [D-] and HORT 280 [D-] )

Top HORT 285 PERMACULTURE DESIGN AND THEORY: CERTIFICATE COURSE (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Permaculture design course meets internationally recognized standards for certification. Lectures, hands-on activities, experiential learning, group discussions, readings, student projects and presentations. Two mandatory weekend days. Design intensive, utilizing graphic and verbal presentation skills. Research into other functioning permaculture systems through literature, websites, and as observed on field trips. Lec/lab. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 8 credits.

Top HORT 286 PERMACULTURE CERTIFICATION (1) 
Permaculture Designer's Certificate issued upon completion by Cascadia Permaculture Institute. Lectures, activities, experiential learning, discussions, readings, projects, presentations. Two mandatory weekend day field trips. Design intensive, utilizing graphic and verbal presentation skills. Research functioning permaculture systems as found in literature, websites, observed on field trips. COREQS: HORT 285

Top HORT 299 SPECIAL TOPICS (0-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 299H SPECIAL TOPICS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits. PREREQS: Honors College approval required.

Top HORT 300 CROP PRODUCTION IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST AGROECOSYSTEMS (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Relation of crop production to human culture and the natural environment. Origins of agriculture and the processes of agricultural change, and productivity and sustainability of specific crop production systems in the Pacific Northwest. History, geography, resource requirements, and key challenges faced are presented. Fundamental crop production practices in relation to productivity and sustainability. Lec/lab/rec. CROSSLISTED as CROP 300. PREREQS: One year of general biology or equivalent.

Top HORT 301 THE BIOLOGY OF HORTICULTURE (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Gain fundamental knowledge of plant growth and development of horticultural crops and understand how manipulation of growth systems affects growth and development. The course will progress from a micro- to macro-level, the last section covering how environmental factors affect growth and development. PREREQS: General biology or botany sequence.

Top HORT 303 HORTICULTURAL PROJECTS (2) 
Student-managed crop production projects with emphasis on container grown, greenhouse crops. Crop scheduling, propagation and planting, selecting temperature and lighting regimes, specifying growth regulator applications, nutrient management, irrigation management, pest monitoring, and problem diagnosis and correction. PREREQS: HORT 301

Top HORT 311 PLANT PROPAGATION (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
The regeneration of plants from vegetative and reproductive tissue and organs. Horticultural and physiological principles, methods, and techniques for laboratory, greenhouse nursery, field, and orchard. PREREQS: HORT 301

Top HORT 314 PRINCIPLES OF TURFGRASS MAINTENANCE (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Identification and adaptation of common turfgrasses. Physiology of turfgrass growth and response to cultural and environmental stresses. Cultural practices including establishment, general maintenance, and pest control. Field trips required. PREREQS: (CSS 205 or CSS 305 or SOIL 205)

Top HORT 315 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES: MAINTENANCE, CONSERVATION, RESTORE (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Sustainable care and maintenance practices for non-turf landscape areas. Low input pruning, planting, fertilization, and pest control with an emphasis on IPM. Plant responses to stress, particularly those encountered in the urban environment. Outdoor labs required. PREREQS: Basic knowledge of plant physiology is recommended.

Top HORT 316 PLANT NUTRITION (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Basic concepts and principles of plant mineral nutrition that provide a basis for solving practical nutritional problems in horticultural crops. Areas covered include mineral nutrients, nutrient availability in the soil and plant uptake, nutrient deficiencies and toxicities and their causes and remedies, and plant and soil analysis. Lec/lab/rec. PREREQS: (CSS 205 [D-] or CSS 305 [D-] or SOIL 205 [D-] )

Top HORT 318 APPLIED ECOLOGY OF MANAGED ECOSYSTEMS (3)  Offered in current or future terms WIC Core Course
Survey of ecological processes in managed ecosystems emphasizing ecological management techniques. Ecosystem services; biodiversity management; weed dynamics; agroecology; urban ecology; restoration and mitigation; landscape management. Field trip required. (Writing Intensive Course)

Top HORT 330 PLAGUES, PESTS, AND POLITICS (3)  Offered in current or future terms Baccalaureate Core Course
Integration and interaction of agricultural and public health aspects of entomology in society and history. CROSSLISTED as BI 300 and ENT 300. (Bacc Core Course)

Top HORT 351 FLORICULTURE AND GREENHOUSE SYSTEMS (4)  Offered in current or future terms
For students interested in growing plants in commercial or educational greenhouses. Actively explores the production and scheduling of floriculture crops for various markets. Combines the practical aspects of growing floral crops under environments created by traditional and technologically advanced greenhouses. Greenhouse structures and crop environment manipulation will be emphasized. Students actively manage a floriculture crop and are responsible for developing and implementing production schedules, and for making key decisions on the culture of diverse floral crops. PREREQS: HORT 301

Top HORT 358 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Study of landscape construction process from initial site analysis to finished landscape. Techniques used in building hardscape and landscape areas. Field trips required. Lec/lab.

Top HORT 360 IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Familiarizes students with the principles and practices of irrigation and drainage systems. Optimum use of water, irrigation and drainage system design, installation, repairs, and troubleshooting are emphasized. Lec/lab. PREREQS: CSS 305 [D-] or SOIL 205 [D-] or (SOIL 205 [D-] and SOIL 205 [D-] )

Top HORT 361 PLANT NURSERY SYSTEMS (4) 
Covers how to grow shrubs and trees, and herbaceous annuals and perennials in nurseries for use in urban landscapes and managed ecosystems such as forestry and restoration. Plant nursery systems are diverse and require intensive management involving a dynamic decision making process. This course actively explores field and container production systems as well as the marketing of plants, an overview of plant growth regulation and post-production handling, the influence of efficient production practices on plant quality, integrating pest management strategies, and natural resource utilization. PREREQS: HORT 301

Top HORT 380 SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE DESIGN (3)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
The assessment of design problems/situations, the development of solutions and the communication of those solutions to the client through the design. Specific topics include designing for ecosystem maintenance/enhancement, introduction to computer-aided design (CAD), using color in landscape designs and rendering section/elevation views.

Top HORT 399 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 401 RESEARCH (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 403 THESIS (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits. PREREQS: Junior standing. Departmental approval required.

Top HORT 405 READING AND CONFERENCE (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 405H READING AND CONFERENCE (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits. PREREQS: Honors College approval required.

Top HORT 406 PROJECTS: DATA PRESENTATIONS (1)  Offered in current or future terms
For any student doing research, to learn to develop and evaluate poster and slide presentations containing scientific data. Students are exposed to a variety of scientific disciplines as they prepare and critique their own and other students' posters and oral presentations. Students improve written and oral communication skills. Letter grade is based on participation, improvement, and the quality of a final poster project and oral presentation. Offered winter term. CROSSLISTED as BRR 406.

Top HORT 407 SEMINAR (1)  Offered in current or future terms
Senior seminar intended to instruct students on proper techniques for presentation of scientific material. Each student is expected to prepare and present a scientific seminar and to attend and evaluate the seminars given by other class members.

Top HORT 408 WORKSHOP (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 409 PRACTICUM (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 410 INTERNSHIP (1-12)  Offered in current or future terms
Work internship to acquaint horticulture majors with the practices of the horticulture industry. Under direction of departmental internship committee. Requires approved statement of intent, submission of employer and employee evaluation forms and written report. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 12 credits. PREREQS: Junior standing.

Top HORT 411 HORTICULTURE BOOK CLUB (1)  Offered in current or future terms
Reading and discussion of noteworthy books and associated topics relating to agriculture, society and the environment. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 2 credits. PREREQS: Sophomore standing.

Top HORT 412 CAREER EXPLORATION: INTERNSHIPS AND RESEARCH PROJECTS (1)  Offered in current or future terms
Provides orientation to the horticulture major internship and research project requirement. Covers procedures for selecting, performing, and reporting on an internship or research project. Includes guidance and skill development valuable in the pursuit of horticultural career goals, such as cover letter and resume preparation and interviewing experience.

Top HORT 414 PRECISION AGRICULTURE (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Provides insight into the technology available to support precision agriculture and data management planning applications. Examines the concepts and applications of precision agriculture to teach practical use of hardware, equipment and software. An overview of current technology including autonomous vehicles, GPS, soil and crop proximal sensors, imagery and mapping, variable rate control systems, and yield monitors. Lec/lab. CROSSLISTED as CROP 414. PREREQS: Junior standing.

Top HORT 418 GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Basic aspects of golf course maintenance under temperate zone conditions. Lec/lab. PREREQS: HORT 314

Top HORT 433 SYSTEMATICS AND ADAPTATION OF VEGETABLE CROPS (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Covers the botanical and taxonomic relationships, breeding systems and adaptation of vegetable crops. Fresh material is used to illustrate varietal differences and traits of importance. Lec/lab. CROSSLISTED as CROP 433/CROP 533. PREREQS: BI 102 [D-] or BI 213 [D-] or BI 311 [D-] or HORT 430 [D-] or CSS 430 [D-] or HORT 450 [D-] or CSS 450 [D-] or PBG 450 [D-]

Top HORT 444 INSECT AGROECOLOGY (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Agroecology incorporates ecological concepts and principles to the design and management of sustainable agricultural systems. Topics include: the role of insects in sustainable agricultural systems; application of the principles of insect ecology to better manage insect pests and maximize crop yield; conserving beneficial insects and other natural resources in agroecosystems and the surrounding landscape. CROSSLISTED as ENT 444. PREREQS: General background or previous course work in entomology.

Top HORT 451 TREE FRUIT PHYSIOLOGY AND CULTURE (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Plant growth and development in relation to tree fruit production; emphasis on canopy development and pruning theory, flowering and fruit set, and development, dormancy, and cold acclimation. Field trips required. PREREQS: HORT 301* and BOT 331*

Top HORT 452 BERRY AND GRAPE PHYSIOLOGY AND CULTURE (4) 
Production of wine grapes, caneberries, strawberries, blueberries, and other miscellaneous berry crops. Emphasis on plant growth and development; pruning and training systems; flower and fruit development and cultivars. Field trips required. Offered in alternate years. PREREQS: HORT 301

Top HORT 453 GRAPEVINE GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY (3)  Offered in current or future terms
The physiological aspects of grapevine growth and development including dormancy, flowering and fruit set, vegetative growth, fruit development and water relations. Additional topics include taxonomy, morphology and physiological influences of vineyard mesoclimate and vine microclimate. Lec/lab. PREREQS: HORT 301 or instructor approval.

Top HORT 454 PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF VINEYARD PRODUCTION (3)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
The relationship of vineyard and canopy management to grapevine physiology and fruit quality. Nutrient/water relations within the soil/vine continuum. Vineyard microclimate, floor management, and pests will also be discussed. Lec/lab. PREREQS: HORT 301 [D-] and HORT 453 (need not be taken before HORT 454 but is highly recommended).

Top HORT 463 SEED BIOLOGY (3) 
Information about reproductive development of plants such as pollination and fertilization, which is important for the initiation of seed formation, will be provided. Embryo and endosperm development as well as accumulation of seed storage materials, which are major events during seed development, will be covered, as well as the dormancy and germination mechanisms in mature seeds. Lectures and discussions (presentations required for graduate students). Offered every even year fall term. CROSSLISTED as CROP 463/CROP 563. Lec/lab.

Top HORT 480 CASE STUDIES IN CROPPING SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Decision cases involving the production of field and horticultural crops; individual and group activities; discussion of the decision-making process. Multiple field trips required. A field trip fee will be charged. CROSSLISTED as CROP 480/CROP 580. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 8 credits. PREREQS: CROP 300 or HORT 300 and senior standing in agriculture.

Top HORT 481 CASE STUDIES IN HORTICULTURAL SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (4) 
Field-based decision cases involving problematical situations encountered in horticultural farming systems including nursery production, orchard and vineyard systems, market gardening, Christmas tree, and row crop production. Required field trips may include weekend trips. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 8 credits. PREREQS: (HORT 300 or CSS 300) and HORT 301 and CSS 305

Top HORT 495 HORTICULTURAL MANAGEMENT PLANS (3) 
Develop an integrated management plan for a horticultural enterprise. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits. PREREQS: Senior standing.

Top HORT 499 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 499H SPECIAL TOPICS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits. PREREQS: Honors College approval required.

Top HORT 501 RESEARCH (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 503 THESIS (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 999 credits.

Top HORT 505 READING AND CONFERENCE (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 506 PROJECTS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 507 SEMINAR (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 508 WORKSHOP (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 509 PRACTICUM (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 511 RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PERSPECTIVES IN HORTICULTURE (2)  Offered in current or future terms
Introduces beginning graduate students to the faculty in horticulture and provides an in-depth discussion of their research and education programs.

Top HORT 518 CURRENT TOPICS IN ENTOMOLOGY (2) 
This is a core course of the Horticulture graduate program. Provides an advanced understanding of entomology and its relationship to other disciplines through critical analysis of the scientific literature. Students practice synthesizing information and presenting findings to peers. Instructors, topics, and specific learning objectives vary from term to term. CROSSLISTED as ENT 518. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 12 credits.

Top HORT 519 CURRENT TOPICS IN PLANT BREEDING AND GENETICS (2)  Offered in current or future terms
Provides an advanced understanding of plant breeding and genetics and their relationship to other disciplines through critical analysis of the scientific literature. Students practice synthesizing information and presenting findings to peers. Instructors, topics, and specific learning objectives vary from term to term. CROSSLISTED as PBG 519. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 12 credits.

Top HORT 520 CURRENT TOPICS IN HORTICULTURAL RESEARCH (2)  Offered in current or future terms
This is a core course in the horticulture graduate program. Students gain an advanced understanding of horticulture science and its relationship to other disciplines through critical analysis of the scientific literature. Students practice synthesizing information and presenting findings to their peers. Instructors, topics and specific learning objectives vary from term to term. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 12 credits.

Top HORT 533 SYSTEMATICS AND ADAPTATION OF VEGETABLE CROPS (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Covers the botanical and taxonomic relationships, breeding systems and adaptation of vegetable crops. Fresh material is used to illustrate varietal differences and traits of importance. Lec/lab. CROSSLISTED as CROP 433/CROP 533. PREREQS: BI 102 or BI 213 or BI 311 or HORT 430 or CSS 430 or HORT 450 or CSS 450

Top HORT 544 INSECT AGROECOLOGY (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Agroecology incorporates ecological concepts and principles to the design and management of sustainable agricultural systems. Topics include: the role of insects in sustainable agricultural systems; application of the principles of insect ecology to better manage insect pests and maximize crop yield; conserving beneficial insects and other natural resources in agroecosystems and the surrounding landscape. CROSSLISTED as ENT 544. PREREQS: General background or previous course work in entomology.

Top HORT 552 BERRY AND GRAPE PHYSIOLOGY AND CULTURE (4) 
Production of wine grapes, caneberries, strawberries, blueberries, and other miscellaneous berry crops. Emphasis on plant growth and development; pruning and training systems; flower and fruit development and cultivars. Field trips required. Offered in alternate years. PREREQS: HORT 301

Top HORT 555 URBAN FOREST PLANNING, POLICY AND MANAGEMENT (4) 
Examination of planning, policy, and management strategies used in the stewardship of urban natural resources. Fundamentals for developing effective programs to maximize the economic, environmental, and social values and benefits of urban forest landscapes. CROSSLISTED as FES 555. Taught via Ecampus only. PREREQS: FOR 350 or FES 350 or HORT 350 for undergraduates.

Top HORT 563 SEED BIOLOGY (3) 
Information about reproductive development of plants such as pollination and fertilization, which is important for the initiation of seed formation, will be provided. Embryo and endosperm development as well as accumulation of seed storage materials, which are major events during seed development, will be covered, as well as the dormancy and germination mechanisms in mature seeds. Lectures and discussions (presentations required for graduate students). Offered every even year fall term. CROSSLISTED as CROP 463/CROP 563. Lec/lab.

Top HORT 580 CASE STUDIES IN CROPPING SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (4)  Offered in current or future terms Has Extra Fees
Decision cases involving the production of field and horticultural crops; individual and group activities; discussion of the decision-making process. Multiple field trips required. A field trip fee will be charged. CROSSLISTED as CROP 480/CROP 580. PREREQS: CROP 300 or HORT 300 and senior standing in agriculture.

Top HORT 591 SELECTED TOPICS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 599 SPECIAL TOPICS (0-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 601 RESEARCH (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 603 DISSERTATION (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 999 credits.

Top HORT 605 READING & CONFERENCE (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 606 PROJECTS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 607 SEMINAR (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 608 WORKSHOP (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 691 SELECTED TOPICS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top HORT 699 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.



 
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