Department of Agricultural Engineering


 
 
The A.O.S. program in Agricultural Mechanics is a two-year program consisting almost entirely of courses in mechanics and agriculture.  The curriculum is best suited to students who intend to find immediate employment in their field or return to the home farm.  The student must choose to minor (15 credits) in agricultural business, auto mechanics, animal science, agronomy, or horticulture.  Students who intend to continue their education by transferring to a four-year academic institution would be better prepared by following the A.A.S. degree program in Agricultural Engineering.  The latter curriculum includes the liberal arts and sciences required to transfer to a four-year college.
 
After graduation, students pursue careers in areas such as:
  • Mechanics in farm machinery dealerships
  • Sales and service of farm equipment 
  • Self-employment in the business of farm machinery
 

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Department web site designed and maintained by Dr. Walid Shayya.  Last modified: August 24, 2001.