The Application deadline for the Longwood Graduate Program is November 15th. Be sure to gather your necessary paperwork and start your application today. Click here to view and download the application checklist.
The Class of 2015 has announced they will be traveling to New Zealand for their 2014 International Experience. They are now working to finalize their itinerary, make travel arangments, and get ready for a once in a lifetime experience! You can read about past IE trips on our blog.
Welcome to the Longwood Graduate Program Web site. Thinking about a career in public garden leadership? You’re looking in the right place. Envisioning the chance to direct a public horticulture institution like a botanic garden or arboretum? Read on. Imagining a future that in some way involves plant collections management, education, fundraising, volunteer management, or even design? Then “click” through our site to see the possibilities and discover how our Program will help you get there. Do you live the world of public horticulture already but feel like you’ve hit a glass ceiling for advancement? Well, this graduate degree may be just the right strategy to improve your professional mobility. The Longwood Graduate Program advocates and integrates experiential learning throughout its framework. Students take graduate courses from amongst the wide offerings of the University of Delaware, they are welcomed as volunteers throughout the region’s own fabric of institutions, they can work closely within the many aspects of Longwood Gardens, and they participate in projects that hone their professional skills and establish important professional networks. Since 1967, many graduates have gone on to upper management and directorial positions at some of the best public horticulture institutions in the country.
As you navigate through our Web site, please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions, particularly regarding our on-line application procedures. We welcome your interest and inquiry!