Help Us Engineer Natural Solutions
In the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering we embrace natural solutions. See how we’re managing natural resources to address grand challenges related to providing food, water, fiber and energy locally and globally.
By the numbers
#10 Undergraduate program, US News and World Report
#4 Graduate program ranked, US News and World Report
225 Undergraduate Students
75 Graduate Students
Over $6 million in new grants awarded in 2019
29 Total Faculty Members (as of January 2020)
10 New Assistant Professors since 2017
Jumpstart your career while gaining technical and soft skills that set you apart from the pack. Hear from BAE faculty and students how undergraduate research impacted their lives for the better.
Extremely Strong Industry Connections
Meet our advisory board.
Think and Do
- Bachelor of Science
- Minor in Biological & Agricultural Engineering Technology
- Master of Science in Biological and Agricultural Engineering (MS)
- Master of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (MBAE)
- Doctor of Philosophy in Biological and Agricultural Engineering (Ph.D.)
Engineer without borders. Learn to design and engineer like the ancient Romans did during a summer in Spain. Or travel to Belgium and bolster your knowledge in environmental engineering. Think globally and work locally.
From our student chapter of the American Society of Biological and Agricultural Engineers, to Pack Pullers to Fountain Wars, get involved right here in BAE and across the university.
Gain hands-on job experience while pursuing your degree – and get paid for it – through internships or the Cooperative Education Program.
Give a Legacy of Learning
Gifts big and small strengthen our department and create life-changing opportunities for our students and faculty. They pave the way for ground-breaking research.