Bachelor of Science, Major in Agricultural Engineering Technology

The purpose of the Agricultural Engineering Technology curriculum is to provide an educational experience based on the fundamentals of engineering principles and practices. Theory-based lectures will be accompanied by experiential learning activities for persons who intend to pursue a career related to the technical operation and management of an agriculture enterprise. It is expected that graduates will choose a position of leadership and responsibility in a career area associated with service and sales, production, processing, product testing, alternative energies, or a government agency.

An internship in an agricultural engineering technology related business or industry is strongly encouraged for each student. This will provide students 'real-life' learning experiences outside their regular classroom and laboratory opportunities.  Students generally seek an internship experience at the end of their sophomore or junior year.  Internships may be arranged through a student's contact with providers or through departmental announcements or postings.  All internships must be approved by the student's departmental academic adviser prior to the initiation of the internship.  Maximum credit for the internships is six (6) credit hours.

Bachelor of Science, Major in Agricultural Engineering Technology
Core Curriculum
Component Area I (Communication)6
Component Area II (Mathematics)3
Component Area III (Life and Physical Science)8
Component Area IV (Language, Philosophy, and Culture)3
Component Area V (Creative Arts)3
Component Area VI (U.S. History)6
Component Area VII (Political Science/Government)6
Component Area VIII (Social and Behavioral Sciences)3
Component Area IX (Component Area Option)4
Degree Specific Requirements
ACCT 2301Principles Of Financial Acc3
or ACCT 2302 Principles Of Managerial Acc
ACOM 3360Communication Skills for Agriculturists3
AGRI 1309Computers in Agriculture (or approved substitute)3
or CSTE 1330 Introduction To Computers
ETDD 1361Engineering Graphics3
MATH 1369Elementary Statistics3
or STAT 1369 Elementary Statistics
MGMT 3310Principles Of Management (or approved BUAD, AGBU (advanced))3
PHYS 1305
PHYS 1105
Classical Physics & Thermdynmc
and Class Phy & Thermodynamics Lab
4
Major Core
AGET 2303Intro to Ag Engineering Tech3
AGRI 1131Intro To Pro Leadership Skills1
Animal Science
and Animal Science Laboratory
PLSC or ANSC Electives - Select one from the following:4
Plant Science
and Plant Science Laboratory
Major Core
AGBU 2317Principles Of Agri Economics3
or AGBU 2389 Agribusiness Financl Analysis
AGRI 4120Professional Career Skills1
Approved Agricultural Engineering Technology electives, including internship hours.26
Minor
Minor9
Minor (Advanced)9
Total Hours120

Note

Students should use elective and/or minor hours to satisfy the 42 advanced hour requirement.

First Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area I 3Component Area I 3
AGET 23033Component Area II 3
AGRI 11311Component Area III 4
AGRI 1309 or CSTE 13303Component Area VI 3
PLSC 1307
PLSC 1107
4Component Area VII 3
 14 16
Second Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area VI 3ACCT 2301 or 23023
Component Area VIII 3ETDD 13613
AGBU 2317 or 23893Component Area III 4
MATH 1369 or STAT 13693Component Area IV 3
Minor3Component Area V 3
 15 16
Third Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area VII 3AGET Advanced Electives6
Component Area IX 4MGMT 3310 (or Advanced AGBU Elective)3
AGET Advanced Elective3Minor Advanced Courses6
PHYS 1305
PHYS 1105
4 
 14 15
Fourth Year
FallHoursSpringHours
ACOM 3360 or ENGL 33303AGET Advanced Electives8
AGET Advanced Electives9AGRI 41201
Minor Advanced Course3Minor6
 15 15
Total Hours: 120