Biological & Agricultural Technology Management Curriculum

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The goal of the Biological and Agricultural Technology Management (BATM or “BATMan”) is to produce graduates that use technology to solve problems. BATM graduates are practical problem solvers because of their hands-on training and their broad background in science, technology and management. With world population projected to exceed 9 billion by 2050, graduates from technology management majors such as BATM will manage the complex technologies in agricultural and biological production and manufacturing systems that will provide the needed healthy food, clean water and affordable energy in a healthy environment for citizens. BATM graduates will also acquire skills that are transferable to other sectors that rely heavily on technology such as automotive and manufacturing industries. Examples of careers for uprogram graduates include technical service representative, maintenance technician, safety specialist, sales manager, field representative, test technician, operations manager, customer support technician, precision agriculture specialist, production supervisor, research technician, and manufacturing technology specialist.

For more information, contact Genta Stanfield gms0008@auburn.edu .

A list of the BATM courses can be found at aub.ie/BATMcourses .

Below is the curriculum for the BATM major. 


Last Updated: 7/22/20 1:01 PM