Agricultural Engineers play an integral role in the food, agricultural, and natural resource system. They have a hand in many aspects of food production, processing, and storing, as well as environmental quality. Agricultural engineers are involved in a variety of activities ranging from remote sensing and application of global positioning technology to designing systems for animal waste disposal to constructing specialized buildings such as climate-controlled greenhouses and automated feeding systems.
What's Unique about this Degree: The VU-Purdue Direct Admission Program guarantees admission for VU students who maintain a 3.0 GPA and earn their Associate Degree in Agricultural & Biological Engineering. Find out more here.
Good to Know: Vincennes University offers an excellent start toward a baccalaureate degree in agricultural engineering. The laboratory is your practice ground as you develop the skills to identify new tools for easier production, processing, and distribution of food.
Who is this degree for: Students wishing to design solutions for the Agri-Bio Science industry.