Turfgrass programs at the University of Connecticut are designed to provide students basic and applied knowledge in turfgrass science and management.
Students completing the programs can apply their skills in the management of residential and commercial lawns, golf courses, athletic and recreational fields, parks, sod farms, roadsides, inland and coastal erosion control sites, and other areas where grasses are utilized.
Baccalaureate students have the opportunity to pursue graduate degree programs.
Baccalaureate Degree (4-Year)
Find out how you can earn a Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Plant and Soil Systems with concentrations available in with concentrations in Environmental Horticulture, Sustainable Agriculture, and Turfgrass Science.
Associates Degree (2-Year)
Discover how to earn an Associates Degree from the Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture.
Interested in earning a M.S. or Ph.D. in the field of Turfgrass Science? Find out what UConn has to offer.