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Biological and agricultural engineering
If you think biological and agricultural engineers spend all their time on the farm, you need to take another look.
Traditionally, biological and agricultural engineering has been concerned with applying engineering skills to issues like tillage, soil and water conservation, and handling and processing agricultural products.
We still do that, of course, but if you're thinking about becoming an agricultural engineer today, you also need to be ready to do anything from environmental and natural resources engineering to applying the power of biotechnology to crop production and food processing. View our full description
Biological and agricultural engineering at Texas A&M
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