In this talk we consider amplitudes for processes involving a Higgs boson, either scalar or pseudoscalar, plus four light partons. These amplitudes are relevant to the production of a Higgs boson plus two jets in hadronic collisions. They are also relevant to calculating the transverse momentum spectrum for Higgs bosons at next-to-leading order in the strong coupling. We work in the limit that the top quark is much heavier than the Higgs bosons and use effective Lagrangians for the interactions of gluons with the Higgs bosons. We present the amplitudes involving a Higgs boson and: 1) four gluons, 2) two quarks and two gluons; and 3) four quarks. We show that the pseudoscalar amplitudes are nearly identical to those for the scalar case, the only differences being the overall size and the relative signs between terms.