Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Technology Management
B.S. in agricultural technology management; minor
Agricultural technology management professionals focus on integrating their knowledge of technology and natural resources with communications skills and business management. Graduates of this program find careers blending management training with people skills and technical expertise, and fill key positions in food and agricultural industries.
The program emphasizes the application and integration of agricultural and biological sciences, agricultural engineered systems and business.
The ATM program offers the students hands-on learning opportunities inside, and outside, of the traditional classroom.
The K-State difference
All students in K-State’s ATM program are encouraged to complete a relevant summer internship or co-op experience. Many are available each summer with a diverse group of companies and state and federal agencies.
Our faculty have broad experiences in teaching, research and extension, and many have acquired significant experience in business and industry.
Additionally, students may join the Agricultural Technology Management Club, which offers networking opportunities and industry field trips. Students are also encouraged to participate in the annual ASABE International ¼-Scale Tractor International Design Competition Team.
Did you know?
K-State is the only 4 year institution in the state of Kansas that offers a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Technology Management, and 95% of our students are hired before graduation.
What courses will I take?
Courses are designed to apply physical science concepts and problem solving to food and agricultural systems.
Technical electives are available to develop a degree program that meets personal career objectives.
How can I enhance my education?
How can I continue my education?
What can I do with a degree in agricultural technology management?
Agricultural technology management graduates are typically employed in technical sales, service, and management in agricultural production operations, agribusiness and food and feed processing industries, government agencies, and companies.
- Crop consultant
- Farm manager
- Agricultural and Food Science Technician
- Industrial Production Manager
- Production agriculture manager
- Research assistant
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