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Curriculum in Agricultural Engineering
Administered by the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
With options in agricultural and environmental systems engineering, food and biosystems engineering, and power and machinery engineering. Administered jointly by the College of Agriculture and the College of Engineering. Leading to the degree bachelor of science from the College of Engineering. Total credits required: 127.5. See also Basic Program and Cooperative Programs.
The department requires a grade of C or better in Engl 150 and 250 (or 250H) and a grade of C or better in the course taken to meet the communication requirement.
1Social sciences and humanities (SSH) electives are to be chosen from the department-approved list. The courses chosen must meet departmental requirements.
2After the freshman year, each student elects one of the options and takes courses listed for the selected option. The elective courses must be selected from the department-approved list.
3One course must be taken from Sp Cm 212, Engl 309, Engl 314, or Ag Eds 311.
*Core professional curriculum. A student must have a minimum grade-point average of 2.00 in this group of courses in order to graduate.
Agricultural and Environmental Systems Engineering—A E 271 or 272, 340 or 478 or 480, 431, 472; Biol 211; E M 378; C E 332, 372; 3 credits in biological and natural resource science from department-approved list; and 14 credits from department-approved electives list.
Food and Biosystems Engineering—A E 469, 480; Biol 212; Micro 302, 302L; Ch E 356, 357; M E 330; Chem 231, 231L; Math 268; 10 credits in biological science electives from department approved list; and 6 credits from department approved electives list.
Power and Machinery Engineering—A E 271 or 272, 340, 342, 413; select one course from A E 431, 472, 480; Agron 154; Biol 211; E M 345, 378; Mat E 272; M E 324, 325; 6 credits from department-approved electives list.