(This is a pilot program which may not be eligible for financial aid)
This program will enable students to develop the knowledge and skills needed to successfully incorporate precision agriculture into a business operation. With successful completion of this certificate, students can obtain their own FAA UAV pilot’s license. This is a stackable program with the two-year Precision Agriculture AAS degree.
Students must complete all program requirements, including approved electives, with a “C” or better.
|Gainful Employment Information|
Freshman Year – Fall Semester
|AECL 1000 – Agroecology||4|
|AGRI 1000 – Issues in Agriculture||1|
|AGRI 1010 – Computers: Agriculture||3|
|AGTK 1920 – Introduction to Precision
|AGTK 1930 – UAV License and Registration||2|
|ELTR 1515 – Electrical Concepts||2|
|Total Credit Hours:||15|
Freshman Year – Spring Semester
|AGEC 1970 – Ag Internship||2|
|AGTK 1910 – Equipment Maintenance and Repair||2|
|AGTK 1940 – Precision Agriculture II||3|
|AGTK 1950 – Precision Hardware and Software||3|
|CROP 1150 – Pesticide Safety and Application||3|
|SOIL 2200 – Applied Soils||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||16|
For more information about this certificate program, links to occupation information, estimated program cost, normal time for program completion, median debt at program completion (if available), please visit EWC’s website at: http://ewc.wy.edu/futurestudents/financial-aid/career/.