Yes, you can get a degree in floristry. The Honours Degree in Professional Floristry and Floral Design is a specialist degree designed for students who have already completed a Foundation Degree in Professional Floristry and Floral Design, or an equivalent HND programme in a design discipline.
This degree will help you develop your skills in floral design and encourage your individual creative development. You will learn about the principles of floral design, including the use of colour, texture, and form. You will also learn about the use of plants and flowers in a variety of contexts, from the traditional to the contemporary.
You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the floristry industry, including the production and supply of flowers, and the business and marketing aspects of the profession. You will also learn about the environmental and sustainability issues associated with floristry.
The course will provide you with the opportunity to develop your practical skills in a range of floristry techniques, such as hand-tied bouquets, wired designs, and table arrangements. You will also have the chance to explore the creative potential of floristry, through the design and production of floral displays for a variety of occasions.
At the end of the course, you will have the skills and knowledge to pursue a career in floristry, either as a freelancer or as part of a larger business. You will also have the confidence to create unique and innovative floral designs, and the ability to communicate your ideas effectively.