Northeast MS

CAREER TYPE

Agricultural/John Deere Technology

John Deere Technologists provide maintenance on John Deere?s Agricultural and Commercial & Consumer Equipment product lines. Students learn diesel engine systems, powertrains, hydraulics, machine setup and adjustment, as well as high-tech AMS electronics, schematics and diagnostics computers.

CAREER TYPE KEY FACTS:

Salary Range Potential: Entry Level Wage: $22,019 | Experienced Wage: $38,885

Class Types:

  • N/A

TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS

Agricultural/John Deere Technology

This is an instructional program that prepares individuals to select, operate, maintain, service and use agricultural power units, machinery and equipment. The program covers internal combustion engines service and overhaul, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, power trains, air conditioning, grain harvesting equipment, spray equipment, row crop planting systems, cotton harvesting equipment, hay harvesting equipment, compact engines equipment servicing, cutting and welding, and service repair center management and operations. The Associate of Applied Science degree will be granted to students who complete the curriculum.

Example of Class Types

N/A

  Day and Night Classes:

Day Classes only

Pre-requisites required:
Applicants you must meet all Northwest Mississippi Community College admission requirements. Applicants must: (1) have an ACT composite score of 15 or higher or be eligible to take Intermediate Algebra and English Composition I and (2) Obtain and maintain sponsorship with a qualified John Deere dealership.

Length of Program
5 semester Associate of Applied Science

Summary of Program Requirements
Applicants you must meet all Northwest Mississippi Community College admission requirements. Applicants must: (1) have an ACT composite score of 15 or higher or be eligible to take Intermediate Algebra and English Composition I and (2) Obtain and maintain sponsorship with a qualified John Deere dealership.

Skills Needed
Mechanical, Mathematics, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
Northwest MS Community College
Senatobia

Contact
Jeremy Massey
662-560-4185
jmassey@northwestms.edu
Perk Johnston
662-562-3702
pjohnston@northwestms.edu