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Master of Science (M.S.) in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

Master of Science (M.S.) in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering

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Master of science program, at least 30 credits of acceptable graduate work must be completed with a minimum of 22 credits of course work. The department also participates in interdepartmental majors in environmental science, sustainable agriculture, biorenewable resources and technology, human computer interaction, and toxicology. The Agricultural Engineering Profession As an agricultural engineer, you apply your knowledge of the biological, physical, and engineering and technical sciences to solve problems for the world?s largest industry ­ the agriculture and food system. Here?s just the beginning of the things you could do: Design, development, and testing of advanced machinery systems for agricultural, food, and bioenergy production systems Evaluation, development and modeling of systems for sustainable protection and improvement of soil and water resources Design and development of environmentally and economically sustainable animal production systems Development and evaluation of management systems to insure food quality, safety and biosecurity Manage complex agricultural and biological systems