About the Program
Precision agriculture uses technology (smartphones, GPS, satellites, and drones) to make agriculture more efficient. Many farmers and agribusinesses are adopting this new technology around the globe, but they need employees who can use technology. Precision agriculture is centered around the idea of site-specific farming: using only what you need (fertilizer, seeding rates, pesticides, etc.) right when and where you need it. A precision agriculture technician might help monitor field moisture using special probes, install or maintain precision irrigation equipment, collect data, and design or program precision agriculture applications.
Precision Irrigation Agriculture Programs
Degree: Associates of Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Career Pathways Certificate of Completion
Certificate of Completion
Why choose Precision Irrigated Ag?
- Salaries: $30,000 – $65,000 and higher!
- Local, national and international job opportunities
- Eligible for financial aid/scholarships!
- Includes courses on drones