- Graduates solve engineering problems such as those associated with the environment and natural resources, and the production, processing, storage, manufacture, utilization, and recycling of biological products;
- Graduates develop solutions to problems that combine engineering and biological sciences;
- Graduates develop environmentally and economically feasible and practical design solutions; and
- Graduates expand the role of engineering in society; communicate effectively, practice in a professional and ethical manner; and provide leadership in the profession.
Revised January 2011
Apr 28, 2011