Students interested in tree fruits and nuts learn contemporary production practices that include plant biology and genetics, soils, ecology, and economics, with applications in plant nutrition, pest management, business, and marketing.

Learning to manage real-world dilemmas with case studies, field trips, and internships encourages students to interact with growers, managers, field reps, and consultants. Relevant courses include:

TEMPERATE TREE FRUIT, BERRIES, GRAPES, AND NUTS (HORT 251)

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For more information about studying tree fruits and nuts at Oregon State University, explore the undergraduate and graduate programs in the Department of Horticulture. Undergraduates focused on tree fruits and nuts can choose from the following degree options: