Agriculture Structures Systems


In the Agricultural Structures Systems course, students will explore career opportunities, entry requirements and industry expectations. Student will be prepared for careers in mechanized agriculture and technical systems. These courses cover installation, concrete and a variety of other topics.


David Lawver, Ph.D.
Agricultural Education, Texas Tech University

Dr. Doug R. Ullrich, Jr.
Assistant Professor, Agriculture Education, Sam Houston State University

Mary Jo Emrick
Adjunct Welding Professor, AWS, CWI/CWE, Austin Community College

Randall Hust
Construction Technology Instructor, Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center

SAMPLE LESSON | Installation: Framing

Each lesson includes media-rich presentations, a pre-made lesson plan, assessments and engaging real-world projects and activities. To get an idea of what iCEV offers, explore the sample lesson and resources below.


  • Personal & Occupational Health & Safety
  • Project Management Skills        
  • Planning Cost-Effective Construction
  • Introduction to Construction Drawings     
  • Understanding Construction Codes, Regulations & Contracts
  • Computer-Aided Design Techniques
  • Emerging Technologies in Construction
  • Building Construction: Basic Site Evaluation
  • Building Construction: Basic Surveying
  • Building Construction: Basic Masonry
  • Concrete: Constructing Forms & Curing
  • Concrete: Composition & Mixing
  • Concrete: Tool ID & Finishing   
  • Installation: Foundation & Subflooring           
  • Installation: Framing     
  • Principles of Electricity  
  • Installation: Electrical Wiring & Control Systems       
  • Installation: Drywall      
  • Installation: Doors          
  • Installation: Windows    
  • Installation: Roofing       
  • Installation: Plumbing Equipment & Fixtures
  • Oxy-Fuel Cutting            
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding: Preparation & Safety   
  • Gas Metal Arc Welding: Equipment, Set-Up & Maintenance