Agricultural engineering programs teach people ways to grow and produce food crops and other plants. Students learn about equipment and methods used to grow crops. They also learn ways to assess and improve food crop production. Farm products undergo many processes before they reach consumers. In agricultural engineering, you study problems related to these various processes. You learn how to apply principles of science and math to solving such problems. For example, you learn how to improve irrigation and farming tools so that crops can grow better.


Topics include:

  • Engineering mathematics
  • Ground water
  • Irrigation
  • Soil
  • Pest control
  • Machinery and equipment
  • Farm management


There are no prior learning requirements for this course. There are also no exams, assignment based.

Courses available:

CTA Higher Certificate                                       (Course Code:  AGR01H)

CTA Diploma                                                    (Course Code:  AGR01D)