Agricultural engineersóalso known as biological and agricultural engineersówork
on a variety of activities. These activities range from aquaculture (raising
food, such as fish, that thrive in water) to land farming to forestry; from
developing biofuels to improving conservation; from planning animal environments
to finding better ways to process food. Developing biofuels to improving
conservation; from planning animal environments to finding better ways to
Study programs prepare individuals to apply mathematical and
scientific principles to the design, development and operational evaluation of
systems, equipment and facilities for production, processing, storage, handling,
distribution and use of food, feed, and fiber.
Recommended study topics include applications to
aquaculture, forestry, human and natural resources.