Humboldt State’s Botany program is home to an expansive 11,500 square foot greenhouse with nearly 1,800 plant specimens, a 2,500 square foot research greenhouse and the largest vascular plant herbarium In the California State University system.
It’s these unique teaching and research facilities, coupled with dedicated professors who are experts in their fields, which have allowed Humboldt State to become the largest undergraduate Botany program in the United States.
With 91 students choosing the major, HSU’s program is home to more future botanists than any other campus including the University of California, Berkeley, the country’s next largest program, with 60 plus students.
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