Precision Agriculture Technology Minor


Department of Industrial Technology

Minor in Precision Agriculture Technology

The minor in Precision Agriculture Technology consists of 15 units, which includes IT 52, IT 116, IT 156, IT 186 courses and one of IT 190, IT 194 or IT 199 independent activity. The minor provides students with the necessary skills in basic electricity and electronics, sensors and controls, applied programming, and geo-spatial technology for site-specific crop management in agriculture.

Note: The Precision Ag Technology minor also requires a 2.0 GPA and 6 upper-division units in residence.

Semester 1 (6 units)
IT 52, IT 116

Semester 2 (6 units)
IT 156, IT 186

Semester 3 (3 units)
IT 190, or IT 194i, or IT 199
Choice of topic must be related to the minor.


The faculty are well qualified within their respective areas of instruction and each student is assigned an academic adviser within his or her field of study. The department is recognized for its diversification of faculty representing the makeup of professionals that must interact in the field. Several are recognized for outstanding contributions and leadership within their professions.

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