Fields of agriculture

Agriculture Mechanics and Construction

Students that enjoy problem solving and have an interest in improving farming technology should consider a career in Agricultural Mechanics and Construction.

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Associate Degree/Certificate

One-year program.
Farm equipment

Farm Equipment Mechanic

  • Average Salary:  $51,630
  • Job Growth (10 yr):  Very fast
Large Truck

Heavy Truck Driver

  • Average Salary:  $52,770
  • Job Growth (10 yr):  Moderate

Bachelor's Degree

Four year program
Agricultural Engineer

Agricultural Technician

  • Average Salary:  $44,170
  • Job Growth (10 yr):  Fast
GIS Specialist

GIS Specialist

  • Average Salary:  $63,670
  • Job Growth (10 yr):  Fast

Make Your Way Into the Agruiculture Mechanics and Construction field

Whether you’re just exploring in high school, still undecided as a college student, or an adult who is wondering if this field is right for you, you can take steps today. Find out what you can do no matter where you are.
  • Introduction to Agriculture
  • Agriculture Mechanics
  • Equipment and Structures
  • Agriculture Mechanics
  • Agriculture Structures
  • Agriculture Welding
  • Agriculture Leadership
  • Agriculture Entrepreneurship
  • Biology
  • Senior Year Math
  • Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Chemistry
  • Intro to Business
  • Accounting
  • Agriculture Technology
  • Cartography/GIS
  • Land Surveying
  • Engineering
  • Construction Technology/Management
  • Diesel Technology
  • Welding Technology
  • Agriculture Engineer
  • Diesel Technician
  • GIS Specialist
  • Land Surveyor
  • Farm Equipment Technician/Mechanic
  • Contractor/Builder
  • Welder

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