Agricultural Engineering

 

Do you like to tinker with machinery, and try to invent new or better ways to do things? Are you interested in designing and testing machinery, reclaiming a stream bank, or working with flow devices? Do you enjoy challenges and solving problems in math and science?

This education is for you if you like working to save the environment, or working with the design and testing of powerful equipment. Nebraska is the home of the Tractor Testing Laboratory and center pivot irrigation, two major accomplishments in the world of Agricultural Engineering.

Wouldn't you rather study something you already like?

The B.S. Degree in Agricultural Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

Agricultural Engineering Option Areas

With a degree in Agricultural Engineering, you can specialize in any of the following:

Tractor Design   Center Pivot Irrigation in Soil and Water Resources Engineering Work with equipment in Machine Design
Machine Design. Invent, design, or improve the machines used by agriculture, heavy construction, industry, and households.
  Soil and Water Resources Engineering. Develop irrigation systems, methods to control erosion, and practices for pollution prevention. Test Engineering. Evaluate the functional performance of machines and equipment through study of test procedure standards, measurements, and data acquisition.