There are three option areas of study to choose from—all lead to rewarding careers. The Agricultural Engineering major is a stepping stone to an exciting, well-paying career designing systems for food, feed, and fiber production and natural resources management. A high percentage of our graduates immediately go to work in well-paid positions.
Students in Agricultural Engineering are particularly well prepared through course work, international exchanges, seminars, and guest lecturers to face the challenges of a global economy. The Agricultural Engineering program provides excellent preparation for graduate studies in machine design and testing, irrigation engineering, soil and water resources, environmental engineering, systems control, or precision agriculture.
Our program was one of the first to be accredited in the United States, and continues to be an innovative leader in agricultural engineering education. For more information, see the Agricultural Engineering info sheet.