Agricultural Mechanics Degrees

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Mechanize your options.

If you are mechanically inclined, SUNY Morrisville offers three paths to a career in agricultural mechanics that allow you to choose from several great minor options.

If you’re planning to return to the farm or to work in another agricultural business after two years of study, our Associate in Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) degree program is for you. With a choice of minors in agricultural business, auto mechanics, animal science, agronomy or horticulture, this degree prepares you to work in sales and service of farm machinery.

Our agricultural mechanics certificate program gets you back to work even sooner, providing one year of specialized courses in farm mechanics that emphasize topics like agricultural building systems, rural and residential electricity, refrigeration, welding, internal-combustion engines and small power equipment.

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.

If you plan to seek a managerial position in agricultural mechanics or engineering, our Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in agricultural engineering technology will prepare you for transfer elsewhere to a bachelor’s degree program.