The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAEN) at Texas A&M University offers a diverse range of degrees and programs that equip students with the knowledge and skills to tackle the pressing challenges in agriculture, natural resources, and environmental sustainability. Within the Biological and Agricultural Engineering program, students can choose from two degrees including a bachelor of science in Biological and Agricultural Engineering and a bachelor of science in Agricultural Systems Management. These degree options provide a comprehensive education, integrating engineering principles with biological and agricultural sciences. The program’s interdisciplinary approach encourages students to develop innovative solutions for the efficient and sustainable utilization of natural resources, addressing global issues such as food security and environmental conservation. Texas A&M University’s Biological and Agricultural Engineering program prides itself on producing graduates who are well-prepared to make a meaningful impact on society and contribute significantly to the advancement of agricultural and environmental engineering fields.
Minor in Agricultural Systems Management
The minor in Agricultural Systems Management is available to all students enrolled at Texas A&M University. The primary educational objective of this minor program is to provide students, majoring in other fields, with a fundamental knowledge of the fields of agricultural systems management. The courses listed below constitute the 18 hours required for a minor in Agricultural Systems Management.
Biological and Agricultural Engineering Honors Program
The Biological and Agricultural Engineering Honors program at Texas A&M University offers an enriched educational experience for exceptional students passionate about biological and agricultural engineering. Through rigorous coursework, hands-on research opportunities, and personalized mentorship, the program aims to foster academic excellence and leadership skills in aspiring engineers, preparing them for impactful careers in their chosen fields.
Engineering Certificate Options
The Texas A&M University College of Engineering has designed the certificate programs below to offer students the opportunity to go beyond the traditional curriculum and gain specific knowledge in a concentration area. The certificates are of great value — both to the students who pursue them and to potential employers who seek candidates that possess competencies developed from earning them.
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