Diane M. Wasser
The Agricultural Systems Management Technology program is a course-share supported by six universities, each with a strong presence in the agricultural world.
How does it work?
Courses are taught by experts from around the nation through a partnership called AG IDEA. You will interact with students from other universities as well as your own through innovative, hands-on lab activities. Taking courses online will provide you the flexibility to complete course work when and where it is convenient for you.
Courses cover a variety of areas.
- Renewable energy
- Agriculture safety and health
- Precision farming systems
- Agriculture technology
- Grain quality, drying and storage
- And more! Visit the Graduate Program Courses page and the Undergraduate Program Courses page to see a list of all courses currently offered.
What will I learn in these courses?
- Learn how technology can benefit a farm’s financial sustainability, and then create a plan to implement new technology into an existing farm operation.
- Hear about current trends in ag technology from guest speakers representing Pioneer, John Deere, AGCO and Ag Leader.
- Learn to utilize satellites, GPS systems and drones.
- Take your data analysis one-step farther by integrating the data with precision agriculture hardware and software.
- Develop, create and implement safety and health programs, learn strategies to reduce accidents and understand the laws and regulations of agriculture safety and health.
- Discover how technology can help producers and elevators address the critical issues of grain quality, drying and storage.
Undergraduate courses available in the areas of renewable energy, agriculture and food safety, grain preservation and machinery management and technology.
Graduate courses available in the areas of renewable energy, agriculture and food safety, grain preservation and machinery management and technology.
Diane M. Wasser