College of Technical Sciences
P.O. Box 7751
Havre, MT 59501-7751
Montana State University-Northern's Agricultural Technology program offers courses that give students a comprehensive background in agricultural production and management. This ag school program is designed to work as an independent Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree course as well as the first half of the Bachelor of Science (BS) in Agricultural Operations Technology.
The MSU-Northern AAS degree meets all requirements for the first two years of the Bachelor's degree in Agricultural Operations Technology, forming a two plus two-year degree program.
The Agriculture Technology AAS is an ag school program built for individuals desiring a non-science education track.
Agricultural Sciences – Learn about plant and animal sciences, soils, crop production, pest management, and livestock management.
Agricultural Business – Explore marketing and economics as it relates to ag production.
Operations Management – Be prepared to manage farm and ranch operations with classes that cover the details of day-to-day production.
MSU-Northern AAS Agriculture Technology graduates often find employment with businesses and industries related to food and fiber production, marketing, and processing both in and out of Montana. Opportunities also exist for employment with governmental agencies, private industry, and as farm/ranch operators. When combined with a business major or minor, the programs are designed to provide students with education in sales, merchandising, accounting, and skills required for management positions with agriculturally related businesses. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, these careers show moderate growth rates through 2020.
William (Bill) Danley
Office: Brockmann Center 210E
Phone: (406) 265-4154
Office: Brockmann Center 210M
Phone: (406) 265-4149