Ph.D. in Engineering Technology

Graduate study is offered in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering leading to Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy degree in Engineering Technology. 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), Animal Studies. A limited number of Graduate research and teaching assistantships are available.

Research Areas Include

  • Agricultural machinery systems
  • Precision agriculture
  • Animal waste management
  • Animal Housing
  • Renewable Energy
  • Bioenvironmental systems
  • Seed processing and storage
  • Aquacultural systems
  • Agricultural modeling

For more information:
Dr. Joel Paz
Graduate Coordinator for Engineering Technology
243 Ag and Bio Engineering