The undergraduate experience in the Department of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering is unique to each student. Our academic and faculty advisors work with students individually to develop an academic plan that not only leads to timely degree completion, but also relates directly to a students' career plans after graduation. Students from across our three majors can choose from nearly 100 unique courses taught in the department, and thousands more across campus to meet their interests. In addition to a focus on academics, FABE places an emphasis on diversifying the student experience through internship opportunities, undergrauate student research, education abroad experiences, and clubs and student organizations.
About Our Undergraduates
There are 756 total undergraduate students across all three majors (99 ASM students, 307 CSM students, and 350 FABE students as of December 1, 2017).
ASM, CSM, and FABE students have access to scholarships from the College of Engineering, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, and over $95,000 of departmental scholarships.
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