Agricultural Engineering Technology A.A.S.

Student driving a tractor

Technically unmatched in any field.

The farm equipment industry serves commercial farming equipment from tractors to backhoes and bulldozers. It also supports industries that supply everything from riding lawn mowers and garden tractors to chainsaws and related gardening equipment.

When you graduate from our agricultural engineering technology Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program, you will be able to choose a career in sales, service and distribution of farm and small power equipment. You may also decide to work in construction, refrigeration, plumbing or electricity, or farm service and maintenance.

You also will have a variety of extracurricular opportunities to further enhance your college experience, including the Agricultural Engineering Club, Collegiate FFA, and the Dairy Club.

You can take additional mathematics courses to transfer into four-year programs that allow you to manage businesses related to agricultural engineering.

Your training in service and repair of agricultural and commercial equipment through our program will move you to the top of any job search.

This program is accredited by the Equipment and Engine Training Council.

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Top Job Titles for this Program

These are the job titles you are most likely to see listings for when graduating from this program.

  • Manager, Agriculture Industry
  • Specialist, Food Safety
  • Food Inspector
  • Technician
  • Safety Specialist
  • Fish And Wildlife Technician
  • Technician, Agriculture Industry
  • Farmer
  • Assistant Manager
  • Quality Technician
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