Department of Agricultural Engineering

 
Agricultural Engineering A.A.S. Program

2005-2006 and 2006-2007 Curricula

College General Education Requirements*

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

MATH Mathematics** (as advised) 3
PHYS 107 Introductory Physics 4
   or
CHEM Chemistry (as advised)
  or
BIOL Biology (as advised)
SOCS Social Science 6
ENGL English (as advised) 6
  Total (General Education) 19
Required Courses

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

AGEN 100 Equipment Care and Maintenance 3
AGEN 105 Principles of Farm Machinery 2
AGEN 125 Residential Electrification 3-4
   or
DTEC 125 Diesel Electronics
AGEN 115 Agricultural Engineering Industry Overview 1
AGEN 161 Basic Hydraulics 3
AGEN 261 Advanced Hydraulics 4
AUTO 102 Metals 3
AUTO 103 Internal Combustion Engines I - Theory 3
   or
DTEC 150 Diesel Systems
OFFT 110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software 1-2
  or
CITA 100 Introduction to Computing Concepts and Applications
AGEN 210 Advanced Small Power Equipment 3
AGEN 220 Maintenance, Repair, and Performance Tuning of Arctic Cat Recreational Equipment 4
DTEC 250 Mechanical Injection Systems 3
MECH 101 Machine Tools 3
AGEN 300 Internship in Agricultural Engineering 4-5
  or
AGEN 270 Tractor Overhaul and Repair
AGBS 100 Agricultural Economics 3
   or
AGBS 210 Farm Management
  or
ACCT 100 Accounting Information and Management Decisions
  Total Required 43-46
Electives (a minimum of 4 credits from the following)

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

AGEN 145 Agricultural Building Systems 3
    or
RESC 130 Light Framing
AGEN 135 Construction Surveying 3
    or
NATR 142 Plane Surveying
AGEN 120 Water Supply and Sanitation 2
AGSC 132 Introduction to Computer Applications in Precision Farming 2
DTEC 350 Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems 3
*May satisfy SUNY general education requirements.
**Math Proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 (Algebra and Trigonometry II) is required for this program.
 

Sample Study Plan

FIRST YEAR 

Fall Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

AGEN 100 Equipment Care and Maintenance 3
AGEN 105 Principles of Farm Machinery 2
AGEN 145 Agricultural Building Systems 3
   or
RESC 130 Light Framing
MATH Mathematics (as advised)* 3
AUTO 103 Internal Combustion Engines I - Theory 3
   or
DTEC 150 Diesel Systems
AGEN 115 Agricultural Engineering Industry Overview 1
ENGL English (as advised) 3
  Total (Fall Semester) 18

 Spring Semester

AGEN 161 Basic Hydraulics 3
AGEN 125 Residential Electrification 3-4
   or
DTEC 125 Diesel Electronics
AGEN 210 Advanced Small Power Equipment 3
AUTO 102 Metals 3
PHYS 107 Introductory Physics 4
   or
CHEM Chemistry (as advised)
   or
BIOL Biology (as advised)
  Total (Spring Semester) 16-17
SECOND YEAR 

 Fall Semester

AGEN 261 Advanced Hydraulics 4
ACCT 100 Accounting Information and Management Decisions 3
   or
AGBS 100 Agricultural Economics
   or
AGBS 210 Farm Management
DTEC 250 Mechanical Injection Systems 3
SOCS Social Science (as advised) 3
ENGL English (as advised) 3
OFFT 110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software 1
  Total (Fall Semester) 17
Spring Semester 
AGEN 300 Internship in Agricultural Engineering 4-5
  or
AGEN 270 Tractor Overhaul and Repair
AGEN 220 Maintenance, Repair, and Performance Tuning of Arctic Cat Recreational Equipment 4
DTEC 350 Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems 3
MECH 101 Machine Tools 3
SOCS Social Science (as advised) 3
  Total (Spring Semester) 17-18
Total for Program 68-70
*Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 Algebra & Trigonometry II is required for this program.

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