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Biological & Agricultural Engineering

College of Engineering

We are one of the largest and best biological and agricultural engineering departments in the country according to a U.S. News and World Report ranking. Our reputation stems from the accomplishments of our students, graduates, and faculty. As we tell prospective students, engineers create a better future. They use high-technology like robots, sensors, computer models, and satellites to make a cleaner, more sustainable environment. They maintain plentiful, clean water; make healthier and safer foods. They provide clean, efficient energy; and develop innovative machines. They solve problems, they make science useful, they make a difference!

Our graduates typically choose to use their degree in businesses like these: Environmental consulting firms, Equipment manufacturers, Crop storage and handling industries, Biotechnology companies, Cotton and forest products industries, Electric utility companies, Food and feed processing industries, Concentrated animal production companies, Governmental agencies, Chemical companies, Graduate School.

Biological & Agricultural Engineering

College of Engineering

We are one of the largest and best biological and agricultural engineering departments in the country according to a U.S. News and World Report ranking. Our reputation stems from the accomplishments of our students, graduates, and faculty. As we tell prospective students, engineers create a better future. They use high-technology like robots, sensors, computer models, and satellites to make a cleaner, more sustainable environment. They maintain plentiful, clean water; make healthier and safer foods. They provide clean, efficient energy; and develop innovative machines. They solve problems, they make science useful, they make a difference!

Our graduates typically choose to use their degree in businesses like these: Environmental consulting firms, Equipment manufacturers, Crop storage and handling industries, Biotechnology companies, Cotton and forest products industries, Electric utility companies, Food and feed processing industries, Concentrated animal production companies, Governmental agencies, Chemical companies, Graduate School.