The School of Agricultural Technology offers degree programs both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, combining agricultural and agro-industry with a broad background in basic science and social and human sciences. The courses also pay attention to important graduate skills in communication, information technology, entrepreneurship, international experience, sufficiency economy, and environmental sensitivity.
The undergraduate degree in the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), students choose between two career tracks, one emphasizing agriculture and the other emphasizing agro-industry. The program in agriculture has three majors; Plaut seience, animal seience, and Fisheries. The program in agro-industry has majors in food technology and biotechnology.
Postgraduate programs leading to the Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) are offered in agricultural science, specializing in plant science, animal science and fisheries science, and in agro-industry with a specialization in food science and biotechnology.