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- GPS Technician
- Custom Applicator
- GIS Specialist
- GIS Coordinator in agriculture and natural resources
- Precision Technician
- Ag Consultant
Average Salary: $36,822
The median annual wage for career opportunities from this program, according
to the US Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
100% Job Placement Rate
The demand for new employees in geospatial data processing and equipment installation is expanding in many industries.
A skilled workforce to support the growing industry of precision technology is needed. This two-year program includes courses in computers, GPS (Global Positioning Systems), data collection, agronomy and ag economics. A strong background in math and science is recommended for this program. Combining aspects of engineering, business, agriculture, energy and technology, this program will meet current and future industry needs.
Career opportunities include positions like GPS technician, custom applicator, GIS specialist, GIS coordinator, precision technician and more. Knowledge of this equipment and data is vital to people in equipment sales and service, dealerships, applicators, crop consultants, agronomists and personnel who work with data transfer and map production.