School of Business, Agriculture & Environment - Ag & Enviro
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Horticulture is a rapidly growing industry offering rewarding careers in both rural and urban settings across Canada.
Positions open to graduates include: fruit grower, vegetable grower, nursery assistant, IPM technician, plant propagator, garden centre worker, marketing and sales assistant and research assistant.
Graduates may continue their studies at the diploma or degree level.
ACC is proud to partner with professional organizations, post-secondary institutions and high schools.
Our connection with professional organizations allows our graduates to join a related professional organization or to gain advanced standing in their professional education programs.
Several high schools have agreements with ACC. In these instances, high school students may receive advanced standing at ACC.
Duration/Start 1 year / September
Optional Exit No
Co-op Work Placement Yes
Distance Delivery No
International Students Yes
Open to International Students
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