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Students in agricultural engineering are exposed to a diverse curriculum that will equip them with skills and knowledge to create better agricultural systems.
- Environmental and natural resources engineering. This area emphasizes water and air quality, waste systems management, and sustainable agriculture.
- Biosystems engineering. This area combines engineering and the biological sciences in the design of new products and systems.
- Food and process engineering. The focus of this area is on developing processes and equipment for the food industry and adding economic value to agricultural commodities.
- Power and machinery engineering. This area challenges the creative mind to design and improve upon the next generation of road vehicles and agricultural equipment.
- Structural and environmental engineering. The emphasis of this area is designing agricultural buildings and environmental control systems for efficient animal production or crop storage.
An agricultural systems technology curriculum involves a broad field of study in precision farming, animal environment and structures, computer operation, bioprocessing, electric and electronic operation, grain operation, energy use, and livestock production.
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