Agricultural Design and Fabrication
Agricultural Design and Fabrication
  • Create one-of-a-kind metal art designs from start to finish for a wide variety of customers using large scale machines
  • Build projects using professional computer-aided design software and advanced welding techniques
  • Manage all aspects of workshop operations, interact with clients, and market unique products and solutions

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Agricultural Design and Fabrication Career Tree:

Agricultural Design and Fabrication Career Tree

Agricultural Design and Fabrication Sequence of Courses:

  Career Awareness
Career Exploration
Career Preparation
Career Training
Recommended Course Sequence
Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
(1 credit)
Ag Mech Metal Tech
(1 credit)
 Ag Structures Design and Fabrication
(1 credit)
Practicum of Agriculture
(2 credits)


Principles of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
This course allows students to develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities in agriculture, specifically related to leadership, plant science, animal industry, food technology, and agriculture mechanics.

Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies
Students will prepare for careers in agricultural power, structural, and technical systems. This course is designed to develop an understanding of agricultural mechanics as it relates to safety and skills in tool operation, carpentry, and metal working through collaboration, innovation, and self- direction.

Agricultural Structures Design and Fabrication
This course is a continuation of Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technology. Students will learn how to apply appropriate technology to metal construction related to agricultural structures design and fabrication.

Practicum in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (Internship)
This course is designed to give students supervised practical application of knowledge and skills. Practicum experiences can occur in a variety of locations appropriate to the nature and level of experiences such as employment, independent study, internships, mentorships, or laboratories.