Special Program in Plant Sciences in Conjunction with the New York Botanical Garden
The purpose of the New York Botanical Garden's Continuing Education Program is to interest and instruct the general public in the various facets of plant life. Several major programs of study are offered: Botany, Genetics and Evolution, Field Botany, Plant Morphology and Taxonomy, and Home Landscaping. Among the offerings at the Garden, the courses listed below may be counted for elective credit at Lehman College. These courses are not open to students in the Biology major except in special circumstances to be decided in consultation with the Biological Sciences Department. They are taught by members of the New York Botanical Garden staff, all specialists and experienced teachers in their specific areas. In general, they involve lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and films. Laboratory activity is indicated as part of the course description.
Last modified: 9/3/2014