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Two Degrees, One Department

Students enjoy a close-knit, family feel in the department while still benefiting from the strengths of both the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology and the Ferguson College of Agriculture. Biosystems Engineering (BE) integrates life and agricultural sciences with engineering to address sustainability in food supply, natural resources, energy, and health. Agricultural Systems Technology (AST) applies practical technology and managerial skills to solve challenges in agricultural, food, and natural systems.

Agricultural Systems Technology

Common Emphasis Areas

A man flying a drone.

Precision Agriculture

A girl typing on a laptop.

Agricultural Business Management

Sprayers in a crop field.

Natural Resources Management

Bread in a pan.

Food Processing

A ladybug sitting on a stalk of wheat.

Pest Management

Cows and calves on wheat pasture.

Livestock Operations

Students in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering present their senior designs to industry professionals.

Engineering Senior Design Capstone

Real world applications. Industry networking.

Biosystems engineering students nearing completion of their undergraduate work participate in a design course spanning two semesters. The outcome of this capstone experience is a finished design presented to corporate sponsors and other industry professionals.

Contact Us

For questions or more information, contact one of our Academic Advising & Program Coordinators.

Dakota Keith

Undergraduate Academic Program Coordinator
121 Agricultural Hall
(405) 744-5432

Dr. John Long

Academic Advising Coordinator & Undergraduate Curriculum Coordinator
124 Agricultural Hall
(405) 744-7893

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