Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
For individuals who
Are looking to gain advanced knowledge in climate control, product design, efficiency improvement and farming operations. Want to specialize and gain hands-on research experience.
Student research and academic programs that are tailored to your needs and interests. Interdisciplinary approaches to agricultural and biosystems engineering.
- Application Engineer
- Bio Resource Engineer
- Environmental Engineer
- Process Engineer
- Water Management Specialist
The Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ABEN) offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees. The program emphasizes solving engineering problems for agricultural production, food and biofuels processing, and environmental resources management. Advanced work may involve specialized training in the following areas: irrigation and drainage engineering; agricultural hydrology; soil and water resources management; livestock waste management; air quality, process engineering for food and biofuels, and other bioproducts; agricultural machine systems; precision agriculture; machine vision and intelligent sensors for biological systems; and post-harvest handling and storage of biomass feedstocks and other biological materials.
Student research and academic programs are tailored to individual student needs and interests. Interdisciplinary approaches to agricultural and biosystems engineering programs are fostered.