Department of Agricultural Engineering

Agricultural Engineering Curriculum

Incoming Class - Fall 2000

 
FIRST YEAR 

Fall Semester

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

AGEN 100 Equipment Care and Maintenance 3
AGEN 105 Principles of Farm Machinery 2
AGEN 110 Small Power Equipment I 2
AGEN 135 Construction Surveying 3
CITA 100 Introduction to Computing 2
Elective General Education Elective 3
MATH Mathematics (as advised)* 3
  Total (Fall Semester) 18

 Spring Semester

AGEN 120 Water Supply and Sanitation 2
AGEN 125 Rural and Residential Electrification 3
AGEN 140 Welding 3
AGEN 145 Agricultural Building Systems 3
PHYS 107 Introductory Physics 4
SOCS Social Science 3
  Total (Spring Semester) 18
SECOND YEAR 

 Fall Semester

AGEN 260 Hydraulics 4
ACCT 100 Accounting Information and Management Decisions 3
or
AGBS 210 Farm Management
AUTO 260 Automotive Air Conditioning 1
DTEC 250 Mechanical Injection Systems 3
ENGL English (as advised) 3
  Total (Fall Semester) 14
Spring Semester 
AGEN 270 Tractor Overhaul and Repair 5
DTEC 350 Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems 3
ENGL 121 Introduction to Speech 3
MECH 101 Machine Tools 3
SOCS Social Science 3
  Total (Spring Semester) 17
 
SUGGESTED ELECTIVES
Fall Semester 
AGBS 100 Agricultural Economics 3
AGEN 240 Advanced Welding 2
AGRO 210 Field Crops 3
AGRO 310 Pasture Management and Forages Production 3
BIOL 120 General Biology I 4
CHEM 121 General College Chemistry I 4
ENSC 102 Botany I 3
PHYS 127 General Physics I 4
SOCS 222 Rural Studies 3
Spring Semester 
AGBS 230  Agricultural Business Management 3
AGRO 110  Soil Science 3
BIOL 121  General Biology II 4
CHEM 122  General College Chemistry II 4
ENSC 103  Botany II 3
PHYS 108  Introductory Physics II 4
PHYS 128  General Physics II 4
*Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 Algebra & Trigonometry II is required for this program.
 

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