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Bachelor of Biosystems Engineering

Why this degree?

The biosystems engineering degree prepares graduates who are highly competent in developing engineering-based sustainable solutions to the global challenges and life’s essentials: safe and plentiful food to eat, pure water to drink, clean fuel and energy sources, and a safe, healthy environment in which to live. Students can also choose to specialize in one of the following three options: ecological engineering, bioprocess engineering and forest engineering. More information about the options can be found at: http://eng.auburn.edu/bsen/academics/undergraduate/curriculum.html

You are eligible to apply if...

You are interested in the interface of engineering and science, complete the application process and are accepted to Auburn University. Admission to Auburn is based on test scores, high-school grades or transfer credits and educational preparation. More information on minimum requirements for admission can be found at http://www.auburn.edu/admissions/

To complete the program you must...

Complete a  minimum of 126 credit hours.  More information can be found at http://bulletin.auburn.edu/undergraduate/samuelginncollegeofengineering/departmentofbiosystemsengineering/#majorstext

What can you expect?

Once admitted, students will receive information to register for new student orientation, where they will get to meet their academic advisor. Students will learn and develop in a close-knit department; the average size of class in the department is 30. More information about the department can be obtained from Academic Advisor Genta M. Stanfield, gms0008@auburn.edu or  Department Head Oladiran Fasina, fasinoo@auburn.edu

Applying for the Bachelor of Biosystems Engineering

Undergraduate Admissions

http://www.auburn.edu/admissions/