Agricultural Systems Technology

Agricultural systems technology at Iowa State is designed to prepare students to use agricultural and mechanical technology to manage complex environmental, food production, and other agricultural systems.

Study includes biological materials, computer and automatic control systems, information systems, machine systems, modified environment design, natural resource systems, processing systems, electrical systems, energy systems, structural design, and management of agricultural systems.

You will be ready for a career that blends agricultural and biosystems engineering technology to manage human and natural resource systems for producing, processing, and marketing food and other biological products worldwide.

Iowa State's program in agricultural systems technology is one of the top three such undergraduate programs in the nation.

Adviser:
Jenny Macken
(515) 294-5196
Did you Know?AST is part of ISU’s Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. Agricultural Engineering at ISU was ranked #2 in the country in the U.S. News & World Report's 2008 "America's Best Colleges" annual rankings.