If you are a student seeking admission to study Agricultural Engineering, I want to assume you already know the requirements to study Agricultural Engineering and you have also read through the list of courses under Agricultural Engineering.
Nevertheless, this information is not enough to make you want to study Agricultural Engineering. It is will be wise for you to also consider Agricultural Engineering careers; where can an Agricultural Engineering graduate work in Nigeria?
Believe me, you are doing the right thing in for searching what careers opportunities in Agricultural Engineering because there are so many courses in the University with little or no good job opportunities or a good career choice. Notwithstanding, I’m not ignorant of the fact that you may end up on a different career entirely different from your Agricultural Engineering degree.
Agricultural Engineering graduates work with:
- Food engineering and the processing of agricultural products
- Poultry, swine, beef, aquaculture, and plant environmental control
- Power units, harvesters, material handling, and implements
- Production facilities
- Sales, service, training, management, planning, market and product research related to implementing and applying technologies
- The design of agricultural machinery, equipment, and agricultural structures
- The physical and chemical properties of materials used in, or produced by, agricultural production
- Utilizing GPS, yields monitors, remote sensing and variable-rate technology
- Waste management, including animal waste, agricultural residues, and fertilizer runoff
- Water management, conservation, and storage for crop irrigation and livestock production
- Worker safety and comfort
Agricultural Engineering Course has more various job opportunities with diverse subjects, depending upon the specialization and interest of the student. Not satisfied? take a look at Agricultural Engineering related courses here