The Department offers graduate work leading to the Master of Science Degree; Master of Engineering Degree; and the Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Biosystems Engineering. The specific degree programs include an MS or PhD in Biosystems Engineering, an MS or PhD in Biosystems Analytics & Technology, and an MS in the Controlled Environment Agriculture in the Professional Science Master's (PSM) program. Our graduate students are developing innovative systems to tackle quality of life issues regarding food and water availability. Equipped with engineering, life science and data science expertise, our Biosystems Engineering students are prepared to tackle quality of life challenges and create resiliency among society, the environment, and the economy. For additional information on our degree programs, click below!
|Biosystems Engineering||Biosystems Analytics & Technology||PSM - CEA Track|
We bring different, people, ideas, backgrounds, and perspectives together to produce lasting solutions for all. Valuing diversity and inclusivity in our students, staff, and faculty, we encourage and help all to be successful.
There is opportunity for study and research in many fields, including, but not limited to, the following: Bioinformation; Bioproducts; Biosensors; Controlled Environment; Food Safety; Remote Sensing & Precision Agriculture; Renewable Energy; Soil & Water/ Irrigation.
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- Emphasis Areas
- Course Descriptions
- Admissions Information
- Student Clubs
- Independent Study Form
- Directed Research Application: PDF | Fillable PDF
- Job Opportunities
- Financial Aid
- Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses
- Biosystems Engineering Graduate Program Manual (Revised 05/20)
- Graduate Program Forms
- Student Progress Reports
Graduate Student Progress Report - Forms need to be completed and submitted to the Graduate Program Coordinator every semester; before November 15th for the Fall semester and before April 15th for the Spring semester.