Biological & Agricultural Engineering

Offered in conjunction with the College of Engineering, the biological and agricultural engineering program develops graduates who can pursue engineering careers in industry, academia, consulting or government. The curriculum is designed to produce graduates who are prepared to become practicing biological and agricultural engineers, many of whom will become registered professional engineers. Graduates of this program serve the engineering needs of clientele in environmental and natural resources, machine systems, food processing, bioprocessing, and agricultural production and processing. Students in this major learn to apply knowledge of physical and biological sciences, mathematics, and engineering principles to formulate and solve engineering problems. Engineering design is integrated throughout the curriculum, along with opportunities to develop communication, learning, and teamwork skills, culminating in a capstone design experience. Electives in the curriculum allow the student to specialize in one of the following areas: Environmental and Natural Resources Engineering, Renewable Energy Engineering, Food and Bioprocess Engineering, or Machine Systems Engineering.

What do you want to do with Biological & Agricultural Engineering?

Career ideas for Biological & Agricultural Engineering majors

Agricultural Engineer, Air Quality Specialist, Bioenergy Analyst, Environmental Engineer, Food Process Engineer, Mechanical Systems Engineer, and more

Remember: Your major does not equal your career! For more ideas about how to put your education to work, talk with your specific Career Advisor.

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