The Agricultural Engineering Technology and Business (AETB) program provides and educational opportunity for students interested in applying technical, business and management skills to problems in agricultural production, commodity-related and natural resource management. Graduates can find rewarding careers in a variety of agricultural, environmental, and industrial businesses. Technologists focus on managing, operating and troubleshooting technology systems by applying their knowledge of technology and business applications. This hands-on curriculum teaches students to manage equipment and machinery, biological processes, computers and other technologies to create and maintain current and new production systems.
Employment for AETB graduates include: Food/Fiber Production (Farming), Agrochemical Industries, Agricultural Lending, Aquaculture, Banking, Cotton Ginning, Seed and Grain Processing, Crop Consulting, Agricultural Equipment Manufacturing and Sales, Farm Management, Engineering, Land Surveying, and Food Processing.