Academics

BS in Agricultural Engineering

BS in Agricultural Engineering

Use the latest technology to protect and conserve our natural resources while at the same time uncovering new methods to increase food production to feed the world’s growing population. Discover new ways to make crops disease and drought resistant, improve irrigation techniques and so much more to ensure our food supply.

What you’ll study

  • Design Methodology
  • Systems Modeling
  • Machine Design
  • Hydraulics
  • Natural Resources Engineering
  • Industrial Control Systems
  • Physical Unit Operations

Careers

  • Design engineer
  • Irrigation engineer
  • Stormwater engineer
  • Water resources engineer
  • Industrial engineer
  • Project engineer

 

The Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering program provides a fundamental understanding of the natural, mathematical, and engineering sciences and how to apply this understanding to design devices and processes. Graduates are qualified for a wide range of careers in civil, mechanical, electrical, agricultural, environmental, and process engineering areas such as design, development, testing, process control, management, electronic communications, food processing, mechanical equipment, paper production, consultation, textiles, and government.

Program Mission 

The mission of the Agricultural Engineering degree program is to create, adapt and disseminate engineering knowledge and technologies associated with the design and management of systems for the state of Georgia, the nation and the world.

Program Educational Objective

The following Program Educational Objective relates to the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that UGA College of Engineering alumni with degrees in agricultural engineering should demonstrate as they move through their careers as engineers and as contributing members of society:

  • Competent to apply integrated aspects of engineering disciplines, informed by multiple perspectives, to the design of practical and sustainable solutions to challenging problems in the production to end use of food, feed, fuel, and fibers.

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