Biological & Agricultural
Technology Management


Managing Systems & Solving Problems Using Technology

The goal of the Biological and Agricultural Technology Management (BATM) is to produce graduates that use technology to solve problems.

With the world population projected to exceed 9 billion by 2050, graduates from technology management majors like BATM will be key components in helping to provide citizens with healthy food, clean water, affordable energy, and a healthy environment. They will be managing the complex technologies used in agricultural and biological production and manufacturing systems. BATM graduates are practical problem solvers because of their hands-on training and their broad background in science, technology, and management. Graduates also acquire skills that are transferable to sectors that rely heavily on technology like automotive and manufacturing industries.

What you’ll Study

Students will take a variety of courses in technology, science and management that will enable them to be practical problem solvers, and be able to manage and develop solutions to the technological challenges of the increasingly complex agricultural and biological systems of the 21st century.

The curriculum is also designed such that students can simultaneously obtain a minor in Agronomy and Soils, Stewardship-based Agriculture, Agribusiness, information Systems Management, Technical and Professional Communication, Poultry Science or Business Analytics.

Graduates of the BATM program CAN…

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, technology and applied sciences to agriculture and technology problems that require the application of principles and applied procedures or methodologies
  • Conduct industry-specific standard tests and measurements; conduct experiments relative to agriculture and technology, and analyze and interpret data
  • Identify and develop solutions to applied science and technology problems in the biological and agricultural fields
  • Function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks and meet objectives
  • Communicate effectively in technical and non-technical environments
  • Acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies
  • Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in agricultural, business and technology situations and make informed judgments
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of technology solutions in a societal, global, environmental, and societal context through reflection, writing and e-portfolios


  • Precision Agriculture Specialist
  • Production Supervisor
  • Research Technician
  • Manufacturing Technology Specialist
  • Technical Service Representative
  • Maintenance Technician
  • Safety Specialist
  • Sales Manager
  • Field Representative
  • Test Technician
  • Operations Manager
  • Customer Support Technician.

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