Irrigation Management Degree

The irrigation industry is experiencing a period of rapid technological advancement in labor saving and water conserving irrigation systems. Highly skilled irrigation professionals are required to design, install, operate and maintain these new products. Irrigation technicians are in high demand in the agriculture, turf maintenance, and landscape industries.

Skills You’ll Develop

  • Designing and installing irrigation systems
  • Maintaining and operating irrigation systems
  • Reading blueprints and schematics
  • Mastering electrical principles and practices
  • Assessing agronomic requirements
  • Using innovative technologies
  • Water management strategies
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WWCC’s Degree Options

The Associate in Applied Sciences Degree (AAS) in Irrigation Technology is a two year degree program that prepares students for the irrigation and/or for transfer ability to Washington State University. A six month certificate in Irrigation Service is also available. A 2 course short certificate is also available.

Career Opportunities

This is a highly technical hands-on career field with job opportunities such as:

  • Irrigation Designer
  • Installation Foreman
  • Service Technician
  • Sales Personnel
  • Irrigation Manager
  • Contractor

Potential employers include agribusinesses, landscape companies, housing builders, golf courses, and private agencies.

Check out the program flyer and course listing for Irrigation Management. For more information on the individual courses, click here.

Contact Melissa Holecek for more information about this exciting program.