The Master of Science in Horticulture at University College Dublin is a one-year program designed to provide students with the latest knowledge and skills in horticultural science. The program combines traditional classroom teaching with field based learning, allowing students to gain hands-on experience through practical projects and internships. Students will learn about topics such as botany, plant physiology, crop production, pest management, and sustainable production systems. In addition, the program offers courses on topics like business management and marketing which will prepare graduates for successful careers as horticulture specialists in industry or public sector roles. Graduates from this program will be well-equipped to design safe and sustainable horticultures systems while making meaningful contributions towards food security and environmental conservation worldwide.