The Agricultural Mechanization and Business (AGM) curriculum provides a sound educational experience based upon relevant technologies and basic business education necessary for success in modern agri-industrial careers.
This unique combination produces graduates qualified to pursue a broad array of career opportunities extending far beyond the agribusiness arena to many related and similar business/industrial endeavors. For example, expertise and knowledge of hydraulic systems qualifies the graduate for agricultural machinery and for heavy earthmoving and other industrial equipment.
Graduates from the program can pursue careers in many different professions: government regulation, irrigation, agricultural chemicals, construction or agricultural machinery sales and marketing, soil and water conservation, agricultural seeds and fertilizers, precision agriculture, and corporate or family farm management. It is obvious that AGM is not an inclusive name for a program with such diverse fields of application.