The Plant Science Track is designed to give students a diverse understanding of the plant world and their impact on human lives and environment. This track begins with Ethnobotany which, focuses on cultural aspects of plants, serves as a pre-requisite for other botany courses. Plant Kingdom, Plant Anatomy, Plant Physiology and Plant Taxonomy courses will position students to find jobs in biotechnology labs, state parks and as field technicians as well as teaching in high schools or obtaining internships in other botanical institutions. Culinary Botany focuses on health and nutrition derived from plants and Medicinal Botany prepares students towards a career in naturopathy, allopathy and Pharmacy programs.
Download: 2016 – 2017 Plant Sciences Road Map