Therapeutic Horticulture 2: Program Development

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Logo Therapeutic HorticultureOctober 17 – December 11, 2022

Registration Now Open

This is the 2nd course in a 4 course series of online, self paced Therapeutic Horticulture courses.

Complete all 4 online courses for a Certificate of Mastery in Therapeutic Horticulture.

NC State University Department of Horticultural Science and the North Carolina Botanical Garden at UNC Chapel Hill have partnered to create an exciting online learning program. Therapeutic Horticulture: Program Development is the second in a series of online courses that teach the theory, practice, and profession of Therapeutic Horticulture.

This course will equip students with the ability to design therapeutic horticulture treatment interventions for a wide variety of sites and participant populations. Students will learn how to perform foundational participant and site assessments that inform the subsequent stages of a therapeutic horticulture program’s development and management. We will explore the concept of “form follows function” and discover how to use client-centered assessment data to let the program ‘write itself.’ Students will practice developing overarching program and client treatment goals that target specific outcomes. Using dynamic interactive forums with real-world examples, students will research, discuss, and reflect on the multiple facets of TH program development, and will be provided with references and resources for further study.

Don’t worry if you haven’t taken the Intro to Therapeutic Horticulture. You can now enroll for our 1st course in this series. Register Now for Intro to Therapeutic Horticulture.

If you have any questions or concerns about registration or the course in general, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page contact gtplace@ncsu.edu


Fees:

  • Early Bird (through October 3): $399
  • Regular Tuition: $409
  • Volunteer, Member & Professional Discount: $379
    • For members of the NCBG or JCRA, contact gtplace@ncsu.edu for code
    • For Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers (regardless of location), JCRA or NCBG volunteers, or extension professionals.  To obtain the discount code, send an email to gtplace@ncsu.edu. If you haven’t previously received the discount code, please have your extension agent or organization e-mail to request it.

Below are links to other courses offered by NCSU Extension Gardener Online Learning:

Additional Information

Please contact gtplace@ncsu.edu with any questions. We’re looking forward to sharing our classroom with you!