The Department of Biosystems Engineering offers academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our programs are offered through the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering with cooperation from the College of Agriculture and the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences.
This program leads to the Bachelor of Biosystems Engineering degree. Within the Biosystems Engineering degree program, students select from three pathways: Biosystems Engineering, a Forest Engineering option, and an Ecological Engineering option. For more information see the Biosystems Engineering Undergraduate Handbook.
Graduate study in the department of Biosystems Engineering may lead to the Master of Science(M.S.) or Doctor of Philosophy(Ph.D.). At the graduate level, students can specialize in the following: Bioenergy and Bioproducts Engineering, Precision Agriculture and Forestry, Off-Highway Vehicle Engineering, Ecological Engineering, or Food and Process Engineering. Details about requirements, assistantships, and policies for graduate study in Biosystems Engineering department are available by contacting Dr. Sushil Adhikari at email@example.com .