Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering
The five-year Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering covers four major course divisions namely: Soil and water management; Farm power and Machinery; Crop Processing and Rural Electrification and Farm Structures and Environmental Control. As such, it is considered one of the more versatile courses as it embraces practically all other engineering courses/disciplines. Requirements for graduation include the completion of all academic requirements and a thesis which should be completed in ten (10) semesters and two summers.
The Applied Technology Department offers the following short-term/trade technology courses:
• 5 months Basic Automotive Mechanics Course
• 5 months Advance Automotive Mechanics Course