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May 11, 2016 - Consider Post-Secondary Studies in Environmental Management or Horticulture at the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus

Mature, transfer, and high school students are encouraged to consider studying in their local C-K community.
Ridgetown Campus offers 2-year diploma programs in both Environmental Management (EM) and Horticulture.

The EM diploma program provides students with the opportunity to focus on current environmental issues, water and waste treatment, environmental sustainability, and/or rural agricultural applications.

The Horticulture diploma program is a great choice for those who enjoy being creative and working outside. There are over 700 various trees and shrubs on campus, which provides for an excellent learning environment in this program.

Students in the EM or Horticulture diploma programs have the opportunity to complete 2 diplomas in 3 years. After successfully completing either diploma, graduates can then complete their Agriculture diploma in just one additional year of study.

Contact Ridgetown Campus, Recruitment to learn more and/or book a campus tour.

Ian Seifried from Blenheim ON completed two diplomas in   three years – Horticulture and Agriculture.

Ian Seifried from Blenheim ON completed two diplomas in   three years – Horticulture and Agriculture. 

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