Agriculture Mechanics Certificate

Program Description

The Agriculture Mechanics Certificate program provides practical knowledge of the component parts and fundamentals of operation of the agricultural equipment and machinery as well as diagnostic and repair procedures. Classroom and laboratory instruction are provided. The Agriculture Mechanics Certificate program differs from the Agriculture Mechanics Technology degree program in that it is comprised of only mechanics courses and may be completed in one year. Enrollment in the Agriculture Mechanics certificate program is limited. Students are required to provide their own basic set of tools.

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Suggested Courses

Course (Credit Hours):

First Semester

AG 275 Field Machinery Operations I (3)
MECH 102
Brake and Hydraulic Systems  (4)
MECH 103
Electrical Systems I (4)
MECH 111
Engine Repair I  (3)

Second Semester

AG 276 Field Machinery Operations II  (3)
MECH 203
Electrical Systems II  (3)
MECH 108
Hydraulic Transmissions  (3)
MECH 109
Power Trains  (3)
MECH 211
Engine Repair II  (3)

Summer Semester

AG 273 Lawn & Garden Equipment Repair (4)
MECH 105
Fuel Control Systems  (4)
MECH 112
Mobile HVAC  (2)
MECH 290
Work Exp Internship Seminar (1)

Minimum total hours required for degree: 40