Agricultural Engineering Technology and Business

Agricultural Engineering Technology and Business graduates can find rewarding careers in a variety of agricultural, environmental, and industrial businesses. Technologists focus on managing, operating, and troubleshooting technology systems (rather than engineering design) by applying their knowledge of technology and business applications. This hands-on curriculum teaches students to manage equipment and machinery, biological processes, computers, and other technologies to create and maintain current and new production systems.

Enterprise Management

Prepares students to solve problems for a wide variety of systems and to manage an agricultural or business enterprise.

Career Opportunities:
  • Conservation scientist - median annual salary of $61,310
  • Crop consultant - median annual salary of $49,840
  • Hydrologist - median annual salary of $79,550
  • Land surveyor - median annual salary of $58,020
Curriculum

Natural Resources and Environmental Management

Prepares students to manage and solve problems in systems that impact natural resources and the environment.

Career Opportunities:
  • Conservation scientist - median annual salary of $61,310
  • Crop consultant - median annual salary of $49,840
  • Hydrologist - median annual salary of $79,550
  • Land surveyor - median annual salary of $58,020
Curriculum

Precision Agriculture

Prepares students with skills in global positioning systems (GPS), geographical information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and digital mapping technologies.

Career Opportunities:
  • Conservation scientist — median annual salary of $61,310
  • Crop consultant — median annual salary of $49,840
  • Hydrologist — median annual salary of $79,550
  • Land surveyor — median annual salary of $58,020
Curriculum

Surveying and Geomatics

Prepares students to work in a supervised surveying experience, take a licensing test and then become a registered Land Surveyor.

Career Opportunities:
  • Construction surveyor — median annual salary of $65,240
  • Forensic surveyor/expert witness — median annual salary of $70,000
  • Geodesist — median annual salary of $54,490
  • Hydrographic surveyor — median annual salary of $39,670
Curriculum