Agricultural Technology Management

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“Agricultural Technology Management is a great program that has the flexibility to allow students to study any and all aspects of agriculture. The small class sizes allow for a greater student-professor relationship which benefits the student in the classroom as well as their everyday life.”

Lonnie Mengarelli
Girard, Kansas

The ATM program is designed to develop technology managers who possess an understanding of agricultural and biological sciences, business management, and advanced problem-solving capabilities

Possible careers

Technical management positions in off-road machinery systems, natural resources and environmental sciences, grain handling and processing systems, food processing systems, agribusiness, and production agriculture.

 Options

Many students include one or more academic minors, a secondary major in natural resources and environmental sciences, or a dual major. Careful planning allows students to incorporate one or all of these options into their degree program and still graduate in approximately four years.

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Transfer Equivalency Information

Advanced Placement Information

Further Information

The classes you are required to take for an Agricultural Technology Management major is outlined in the complete curriculum guide below.

 

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