Master of Engineering in Biological and Agricultural Engineering

The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering’s Master of Engineering degree is designed to develop new understanding through professional development, problem solving and creativity. Areas of specialization within the program include subject matter related to environmental and natural resources, food engineering, bioprocess engineering, biomaterials science, machine and energy systems, systems analysis along with food, feed and fiber processing.

The Master of Engineering degree requires students to complete advanced course work and to engage in professional development. Students are expected to complete a professional internship and to report the findings in a professional paper.

This program is also approved for delivery via asynchronous distance education technology.