AGEN - Curriculum


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133 total credit hours are required for graduation with a B.S. in Agricultural Engineering (AGEN). For more detail on AGEN course specifics or degree requirements, select the corresponding image below to be taken to the Undergraduate Bulletin.

Although the curriculum can be completed in eight semesters, many students take longer in order to participate in internships and co-op assignments with companies, international exchange studies, and part-time research projects in the department. These opportunities give AGEN students practical, hands-on experience to learn about careers in engineering.
Agricultural Engineering 4-year Plan

4-year Plan

Agricultural Engineering Curriculum


Agricultural Engineering Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions

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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