Agricultural Mechanics

Courses in this program of study involve students being able to apply technical knowledge and skills related to power, structural, and technical agricultural systems linking principles of electricity, wiring, plumbing, concrete construction, carpentry, fencing, and hot and cold metal techniques. Students will learn basic welding techniques by applying skills to join two or more pieces of metal to make them act as a single piece which includes fabrication and sculpturing.

Supporting Courses:

  • Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Home Campus
  • Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies
  • Introduction to Welding

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