M.S. in Biosystems Engineering

Graduate study is offered in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering leading to the degree of Master of Science in Biosystems Engineering or a Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering. The department has several major research laboratories including: Renewable Energy Laboratory, water quality and environmental engineering, and cotton ginning (the MAFES/ABE Mini-Gin, a fully operational cotton gin). A limited number of graduate research and teaching assistantships are available.

Research Areas

  • Watershed and Climatology Modeling
  • Precision agriculture
  • Animal waste management
  • Sustainable design
  • Renewable Energy
  • Bioenvironmental systems
  • Seed processing and storage
  • Aquacultural systems
  • Agricultural modeling

For more information:
Dr. Steve Elder
Graduate Coordinator for Biosystems/Biological Engineering
130 Creelman Street