UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Majors & Minors

Ag Engineering Natural Resources Environmental Systems Option

Bachelor of Science Degree. Agricultural Engineering. Natural Resources and Environmental Systems Option. Academic Advising Plan.

Visit the Agricultural Engineering Technology Department in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences to learn more about the program.

  Fall Semester Spring Semester
Freshman Year

GENG 135 Intro to Engineering - 2
PHYS 131 Calculus-based Physics - 5
MATH 166 Calculus I - 4
CHEM 111/116 - Gen Chem
P ED 108
Total semester credits

GENG 121 Engineering Drawing - 3
CHEM 112/117
MATH 167 Calculus II - 4
SOIL 120 Intro to Soil Science - 3
ENGL 100 Reading Writing - 3
Total semester credits

Sophomore Year

GENG 316 Eng Thermodynamics
PHYS 250 Statics - 3
MATH 268 Calculus III
GENG 235 Surveying
ENGL 200 Investigating Ideas - 3
Total semester credits

GENG 301 Eng Properties of Food - 3
PHYS 252 Dynamics - 3
MATH 331 Differential Equations - 3
AET 251 Intro to Instrumentation - 3
 or AET 350 Applied Electricity - 3
COMS 101 Fund of Comm - 3
Total semester credits

Junior
Year

GENG 165 Programming for Eng - 3
AGEN 365 Ag Waste Mgmt Systems
AGEN 240 Structural Analysis Design
AGEN 330 Watershed Eng - 4
AGEN 355 Ag Water Mgmt
Total semester credits

GENG 336 Eng Fluid Mechanics - 3
GENG 215 Eng Project Mgmt - 3
GENG 368 CAD for Civil Design - 3
AGEN 426 Environmental Eng
HF
SB
Total semester credits

Senior
Year

AGEN 484 Senior Capstone
AGEN 352 Food Process Eng I
 or AGEN 461 Off Road Vehicle Eng - 3
AGEN 465 Fluid Power Systems - 3
AGEN 435 Nonpoint Source Pollution Eng
EC
SB
Total semester credits

AGEN 485 Senior Capstone - 2
AGEN 322 Internal Combustion Engines
 or AGEN 451 Instrumentation Systems - 3
 or AGEN 455 Food Process Eng II
AGEN 491 FE Exam Prep
ACD
HF
Total semester credits

Summary of Degree Requirements

General Education - 41-43 cr.
Core - 29 cr.
Option Requirements - 28-31 cr.
Required Supporting Courses - 4-14 cr.
Credits to Degree - 120 cr.

This academic plan is an example of how students might choose to fulfill program requirements within a period of four years. After consulting with their advisers students may make other course choices which would meet the program requirements and be more suitable for them.