The opportunities in agricultural systems technology are diverse and challenging. Skilled graduates are needed in areas of work related to agricultural structures, electronics/electrical power, precision agriculture/GPS, agricultural power, metal process, agricultural safety and food engineering/processing. A person with a degree in agricultural systems technology may be involved in one of a great number of agricultural careers, such as working for an agricultural equipment corporation, managing a machinery dealership, serving as a sales representative for an irrigation equipment company or as a farm manager.
Department of agricultural science
Take your education beyond the classroom and join the Agriculture Engineering Technology Club. But don't stop there. The Hutson School of Agriculture offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations to take your educational experience to the next level. Gain leadership experience with Agriculture Ambassadors or the Agriculture Leadership Council. Join Collegiate FFA and Collegiate 4-H or the Equestrian and Rodeo Teams. Plus, with our own Ag Career Fair offered every semester, you'll find plenty of opportunities to gain hands-on experience in your field of choice.