The college has taken upon itself a major primary task represented by providing the agricultural sector with agricultural engineers who are educationally, scientifically and practically qualified and able to disseminate and consolidate new ideas and practices in agriculture in particular and in rural life in general, and to establish training courses for rural people for workers in state departments to improve their level of agricultural performance and conduct agricultural research and experiments in Farmers’ fields, and to benefit from the field experiences they have, to bring about a positive interaction between realistic experience on the one hand, and theoretical scientific knowledge on the other hand, in a way that ultimately leads to agricultural work being more scientific, and to science being more realistic, and to translate this ambitious message more clearly The college has set the following strategic goals.