Agricultural Engineering


B.S. in Agricultural Engineering


ABET Accreditation
The B.S. Degree in Agricultural Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

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Earn a B.S. in Agricultural Engineering

As an agricultural engineer, you'll use the latest techological advances to advance environmental issues and activities. From dealing with machinery components and equipment and testing agricultural machinery to ensure it's safe and working properly, to providing leadership on water and environmental concerns, you'll play a vital role in anticipating and solving 22nd century challenges.

Our program is consistently ranked among the top 10 programs, which benefits you, as your degree will be one of value to employers in the state, as well as nationally and internationally. As one of the nation's top programs, our students benefit from small class sizes and a focus on hands-on applications in and out of the classroom.

Within this major, our student choose one of our three primary areas of study - machine design, soil and water resources, or sensors and controls - providing additional skills and knowledge.


Emphasis Areas
Machine Design Engineering
Machine Design Engineering
Invent, design, or improve the machines used by agriculture, heavy construction, industry, and households.
Soil and Water Resources Engineering
Soil and Water Resources Engineering
Develop irrigation systems, methods to control erosion, and practices for pollution prevention.
Test Engineering
Test Engineering
Evaluate the functional performance of machines and equipment through study of test procedure standards, measurements, and data acquisition.

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