Students who major in Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) specialize in one of four areas. Click on the specializations below to learn more.
Food, agricultural, biological, and ecological engineers strive to serve society and to improve our environment. Graduates use their skills to identify and solve engineering problems related to renewable energy; environmental issues; production of safe, healthy, nutritious, value-added food products; and other areas where natural earth systems can be engineered to be more productive for humanity, while protecting these resources for a sustained and secure future.
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