This study examined the learning style preferences of sophomore, junior, and senior African American college students majoring in Agriculture, and Industrial Technology at a historically black university. The Productivity Environmental Preference Survey (PEPS) which was used to examine the learning style preferences. ANOVA was used to ascertain what learning styles preferences were and to determine if there were any differences between the learning preferences in the chosen major in the study. The alpha level was set at .05. The findings revealed for the majors: 1) Industrial Technology majors, preferred light, auditory, time of day, and mobility. 2) Agriculture majors preferred temperature, motivated, persistence responsible/conforming, alone or peers, several ways, and kinesthetic. In addition to the findings, the learning style preferences of the students were different for industrial technology and agriculture.