TSTC is committed to providing highly specialized and advanced technical education that can lead to great career opportunities. We currently offer over 100 certificate and degree programs state-wide.

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TSTC has been providing top-quality, career-driven education for Texans for close to 50 years. The college is nationally recognized for the number and quality of our technology graduates.

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Landscape Design Associate Degree

The Lone Star State offers a wealth of possibilities for skilled landscape professionals. Cultivated turfgrass and landscaping combined cover over 2 million acres, and the industry generates $8 billion a year in Texas alone. The demand for attractive, healthy, well-designed lawns, grounds and gardens continues to grow. Career opportunities for innovative landscape design technicians are limitless. Golf Course & Landscape Management at Texas State Technical College Waco is responding to the constantly growing demand for qualified landscape technicians by offering a unique degree program specializing in Landscape Design.

The GLM Landscape Design Specialization at TSTC features hands-on experience and instruction unmatched in Texas . The program focuses on the specific skills and practical knowledge needed in the landscape profession involving the design, installation and maintenance of the outdoor living environment. Landscaping design applications are almost endless and include elaborate gardens for display at public or private facilities, commercial office sites and industrial parks, to name a few. Today's landscape design technicians must have practical skills and understanding in plants, architecture, irrigation, horticulture, pest control and much more.