UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The Agricultural Engineering Technology major gives students skills in applied science and engineering in the areas of power and machinery, structures, environment, soil and water, food and processing engineering and electronics and information systems. Courses emphasize a “minds-on hands-on” approach and include laboratory and practicum sessions that teach students to use diagnostic equipment, measurement devices, computer software and more. Our professors have more than 22 years of combined industry experience, which keeps the Agricultural Engineering Technology program industry relevant.
Students in this major can choose one of the following options:
Highlights of the Agricultural Engineering Technology Major
As a student in this program, you will learn to:
As a graduate of this program, students will be prepared for a career in the engineering technology field. Following is a list of potential job titles and employers where graduates have found employment or internship opportunities.
Potential Job Titles
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Average starting salary for AET graduates47K