The future of agriculture
Do you love to solve problems? Do you enjoy learning how to use technology? Do you like to build things or take things apart to learn how they work? The agricultural engineering technology concentration looks at the mechanical side of agriculture, from heavy equipment to structures and environments.
Students who choose this concentration will graduate prepared for a career in the management, design, fabrication and sales of a variety of agricultural systems.
You’ll graduate with a Bachelor of Science in agriculture, and you’ll be prepared for a wide variety of technology and engineering related careers. Visit our Career Opportunities page to learn more!
Transformative, hands-on learning experiences
At SFA, we think that some of the most valuable learning experiences take place outside of the classroom. As an agriculture student, you’ll have the opportunity to complete exciting internships, work on challenging research projects and give back through community outreach and service projects.
Bachelor of Science in agriculture, concentration in agricultural engineering technology
The agricultural engineering technology concentration provides students with a solid foundation in agricultural engineering and technology, as well as opportunities to gain valuable, real-world experience. You’ll graduate with the knowledge and skills you need to find a high-paying career.
*See the Undergraduate Course Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.
Optional teaching certification preparation track
Students pursuing this concentration can choose an optional teaching certification preparation track. In addition to earning a Bachelor of Science in agriculture, students who choose this track will be eligible to seek certification with the Texas Education Agency.
To pursue this track, students must apply and be accepted to the James I. Perkins College of Education Educator Preparation Program. In addition to meeting all academic requirements for the teaching certification preparation program, applicants must complete a personal interview and pass a background check.