Quick Facts About Biosystems Engineering

  1. Biosystems Engineering has three pathways to help you meet your career goals-Biosystems Engineering, Ecological Engineering and Forest Engineering.
  2. Biosystems Engineering is an increasingly visible discipline that addresses basic global needs.
  3. Biosystems  Engineering is an ABET-accredited engineering degree.
  4. Biosystesms Engineering has a great "family" environment; students and faculty all know each other and work closely and our class sizes are small enough that faculty are always available to mentor students.
  5. Biosystems Engineering has 48% female students; the highest proportion of any engineering program at Auburn University.
  6. Biosystems Engineers solve problems in the environment and natural resources, biological systems, agriculture, food and forestry.
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Last Updated: May 09, 2017