Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources Mechanized Systems Management

Majors in Mechanized Systems Management will be able to:

  1. Apply hands-on technical skills and knowledge from the natural and social sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics to analyze and manage mechanized systems relevant to agriculture, food, energy, and water.
  2. Identify the structure, layout and function of mechanized systems including the relationships between individual components of a system.
  3. Evaluate a system critically by defining a problem, assimilating information, conducting an analysis, and making technical and economic recommendations to improve performance of the system while accounting for potential social and environmental impacts.
  4. Develop professional written and oral reports to describe a mechanized system and communicate an analysis of the system that includes objectives, methods, results and recommendations.


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