Ag Engineering Technology & Business
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. A Bachelor of Science degree is offered by the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department through the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
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 Manufactures and Sales, Farm Management, Engineering, Land Surveying, and Food Processing.
Students may choose from five emphasis areas: Aquacultural Systems, Enterprise Management, Gin Management and Technology, Natural Resources and Environmental Management, and Precision Agriculture; or the Land Surveying Concentration. These options provide an academic pathway for students to pursue specific career goals.