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Entrepreneurship A.A.S. Digital Agronomy Concentration

Digital Agronomy Concentration

The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Entrepreneurship with a Digital Agronomy concentration at Motlow will fuel the entrepreneurial spirit and technical skill sets needed to meet our region’s growing demands for skilled workers in middle Tennessee’s thriving agriculture industry.

Digital agronomy uses technology like drones, sensors, and other monitors. The data they provide to make informed decisions and recommendations to farmers. Students will study conventional and regenerative agricultural practices, learn GIS mapping precision agriculture, and learn the latest crop management and irrigation practices.

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This concentration is designed to develop agriculture professionals equipped to support the technology needs of today’s farmers. Digital agronomy uses technology, such as drones, sensors and other monitors, and the data they provide to make informed decisions and recommendations to farmers. Students will study conventional and regenerative agricultural practices, learn GIS mapping, precision agriculture, and the latest in crop management and irrigation practices.

Students who have completed a Digital Agronomy program at a TCAT can choose to apply for course credit in the DAGR courses. Additional credit can be applied for in AGRI 1050 (TCAT: Plant and Soil Science Crop Production 1040) and  AGRI 1010 (TCAT: Principles of Farm Management 3060).

Students who have earned their FAA Drone pilot license can apply for credit for GISM 1010.

Practical Experience:

Critical Thinking

  • In-depth research and analysis
  • Technology
  • Physiology
  • Production
  • Management concepts
  • Written and oral communication

Career Opportunities

  • Precision Agronomist
  • Field Product Specialist
  • Sales Agronomist
  • Plant Breeder
  • Soil Conservationist
  • Farmer, Farm Manager
  • Agricultural Engineer
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