In addition to tuition, estimated costs for students who complete the courses listed below are books,$349; class fees, $367; universal fees, $1147; and differential fees, $310. Contact the Financial Aid Office at 503.399.5018 to find out if you qualify for help with these costs.
The Crop Health Management certificate provides education and training in disease, pest, and weed management; monitoring and scouting; biological control; plant fertility; and water quality issues. Course work prepares students to take and obtain their pesticide applicator license. The certificate prepares students for direct entry into the workforce and allows them to continue into the Horticulture degree program.
For more information contact Program Chair JoleenSchilling at 503.399.5150 or email@example.com.
You may earn a certificate of completion by successfully completing the required 31 credit hours with a grade of “C” or better in all courses.