The Horticultural Therapy Minor provides students in SEBS and SAS with a basic understanding of the potential for using horticulture as a form of therapy to assist individuals with disabilities. The minor is for matriculating students who are exploring the Horticultural Therapy career option.
Academic Advisor: Dr. Nrupali Patel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
01:830:101 General Psychology* (3 cr)
11:776:225 Introduction to Horticultural Therapy* (3 cr)
11:776:325 Horticultural Therapy Techniques and Programming* (3 cr)
11:776:432 People-Plant Relationships* (3 cr)
01:830:340 Abnormal Psychology* (3cr)
11:776:211 Introduction to Horticulture* (3 cr)
11:776:310 Plant Propagation* (3 cr)
11:776:391 Diseases and Insects of Plants or Ag Entomology and Pest Management* (3 cr)
11:776:439 Nursery Crop Production (3 cr)
11:776:302 General Plant Pathology (3 cr)
01:830:346 Atypical Development of Childhood and Adolescence (3cr)
01:830:310 Neuropsychology (3cr)
01:830:377 Health Psychology (3cr)
01:830:271 Principles of Developmental Psychology (human lifespan development) * (3 cr)
01:830:335 Adult Development and Aging (3 cr)
01:830:333 Adolescent Development (3cr)
* Required courses in the Rutgers SEBS Horticultural Therapy Certificate Program (34–36 credits). Certificate program is accredited by the American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA).