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Bachelor of Science in Biosystems Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Biosystems Engineering

  • QS World University Rankings
    157
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
Bio-systems engineers design solutions to technical problems that involve a critical biological component. They apply quantitative skills to create products, processes, and systems that improve human existence. Working at the interface of engineering and biology, bio-systems engineers are engaged in the most important challenges of our time. There are a wide variety of job functions and application areas for our graduates, including ecosystems protection, food safety, bioenergy, biosecurity, and human health. Bio-systems engineers may, for example, design sterilization and pasteurization processes to eliminate microbial pathogens and maximize the nutritional value of our food. Other graduates may design constructed wetlands, which utilize biological systems to capture pollutants and protect our precious fresh water resources. Bio-systems engineers are sought after by a wide variety of employers including food manufacturers, environmental consulting firms, health industries, and government agencies that need creative individuals to integrate principles of engineering and biology successfully. Concentrations in Bio-systems engineering: Bioenergy and Bio-product Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Ecosystems Engineering, Food Engineering.
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