The Agricultural Technologies program is designed to prepare you to work in the field of agriculture and related occupations. The agriculture industry provides jobs that require workers with a wide range of knowledge and skill. The curriculum will teach you basics in theory, principles, and techniques employed by the agricultural industry.
These programs prepare the student with a range of skill and knowledge useful for jobs in agriculture and related occupations. The agriculture industry provides a variety of employment opportunities with some needing only minimal skills and others requiring in-depth knowledge and decision-making abilities. If you continue your education and complete a bachelor's degree, you may work in a number of industries including insurance, agricultural research, and agricultural supply/repair companies.
Learn more about wages in this field of study at salary.com.
This program has no special admission requirements. See the general college admission requirements.
You will be studying proper field management, maintaining equipment, caring for animals, and computers in agriculture. You can earn an associate of applied science degree in two years if you maintain full-time status. See the Academic Plan for more information.
This degree transfers to four-year institutions. Work with your Program Coordinator on courses that transfer best.
The HCC Land Lab is partnered with Pioneer Hybrids to provide hands-on experience for HCC agriculture students. It also serves to provide yield data results from the crops grown. This year’s land lab was a plant population study using Pioneer P1184YHR hybrid corn.