Graduation season is a long one - especially in Canada! University grads started their celebrations in early May and our local high school graduation occurred yesterday. Congrats to all of the graduates on their hard work!
If you are a recent grad, no doubt you have been asked about your future plans a million times! If you are still wondering about how to answer those questions this message is for you…consider ag.
Agriculture is a very diverse field that needs a diverse set of skills to continue to advance practice, technologies and equipment. The links below are shared so that you get a sense of HOW MANY ways there are to further your education and contribute to feeding the world. If you are interested in Machine Systems Automation Engineering, Robotics, Aeronautics, Food Safety, Animal Health or Meteorology agriculture needs YOU.
South Dakota State University - the first B.S. Precision Agriculture offered in the United States
University of Minnesota - Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering (8 areas of research focus including, Environmental Management and Sustainable Systems, Food and Biotechnology and Bioprocessing)
University of Manitoba - Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences (7 departments including Animal Science, Plant Science, Food Science and Agribusiness)
Lakeland College (9 programs including four types of Animal Science Technology)
Assiniboine Community College (8 programs including Agribusiness, Heavy Duty Equipment Technician, Manure Management Planner and Geographic Information Systems)