According to University of Arkansas's Department of Horticulture, "Horticulture is a dynamic and diverse field. Our Department is committed to helping students achieve their highest potential. The Department offers a B.S. degree in Horticulture, Landscape and Turf Sciences (HLTS).

The Department offers a MS degree in Horticulture. This is a two-year thesis program in which the students learn how to conduct scientific studies and prepare research reports for scientific journals. The PhD degree in Plant Science is administered jointly with the Department of Plant Pathology. The PhD program takes three years and requires original research and development of new knowledge."

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