Agricultural Technology/John Deere Technology

The John Deere/Agricultural Technology program 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. 

  • Location-  Senatobia campus only

  • Students must obtain a sponsorship with a qualified John Deere dealership for consideration into the program. 

  • Fall enrollment only

How do I get into the Agricultural Technology/John Deere Tech program?

  • Complete an  Application for Admissions to the college.

  • Contact program instructor for program visit. 

  • Students must obtain a sponsorship with a qualified John Deere dealership. (Click here for required forms.

  • Have a high school diploma or GED/HISET equivalency on file with the admissions office

  • Students must have a minimum ACT composite score of 15 or be eligible to take Intermediate Algebra and English Composition I.

  • Have official ACT scores on file with the admissions office

  • Confirm with the admissions office that high school transcript or GED/HISET transcript and all previous college course transcripts have been received in the admissions office.

  • Pay any outstanding balances to Northwest MS Community College or any other college. 

  • Students must provide their own tools. See Tools tab for more information. 

  • Students must provide their own laptop computer. 

Admissions to the college does not guarantee admissions to the program of study.

Program Information