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  • LOCATED AT COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS: 

     

    A share time program designed to fulfill the needs of a student interested in Landscape and Horticultural Technology. The program is run by a partnership between Morris County Vocational School District and County College of Morris. High school juniors and seniors, from Morris County, will have the opportunity to take career-focused, college-level courses that offer three possible pathways after graduation for career advancement:
    1) Direct entry into the workforce with certifications and credit
    2) One-year completion of Associate’s Degree
    3) Transfer with advanced standing to a four- year college or university


    Features:
    • Housed in CCM’s state-of-the art facilities
    • A minimum of 32 CCM college credits earned by the end of the program
    • Known throughout New Jersey and the tri-state region for strong relationships within the professional horticulture community

    Morris County high school students in 10th grade may apply for their 11th and 12th grade year. 

     

Teacher

 Prof. Brian Oleksak

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Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Prof. Brian Oleksak

Overview of Program


  • Students attend the following session for Share Time programs.


    Morning Session 8:00-10:40 am 


    Students earn:

    • 20 Career and Technical Education credits per school year
    • Up to 32 college credits

    Junior Year:

    FALL

    Credits

    Plant Science

    3

    Landscape Plant Identification

    3

    Herbaceous Plants

    3

    SPRING

    Credits

    Grounds Maintenance

    3

    Horticulture Computer Software Applications

    3

    Landscape Construction

    3

    Total Credits Year 1

    18

     

    Senior Year: 

     

    FALL

    Credits

    Landscape Design & Planning 1

    3

    Plant Pest Management

    4

    SPRING

    Credits

    Landscape Design & Planning II

    3

    Introduction to Horticulture

    4

    Total Credits Year 2

    14