Why Study Agricultural Engineering?

Major | Agriculture/​Engineering | CAFES

UWRF's ABET-accredited agricultural engineering program prepares students for careers in machine design, food process engineering, building design engineering, natural resource engineering, test engineering, safety engineering and other fields related to the production and processing of food, fiber, energy and natural systems. You'll enjoy small class sizes, hands-on learning and frequent contact and collaboration with faculty. 

As an agricultural engineering major, you'll have the choice to focus on one of three options: 

Machinery Systems
Food and Process Systems 
Natural Resources and Environmental Systems

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In Scholarships Awarded in 2021-2022

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Of Grads are Employed or Attending Grad School

Agricultural Engineering student Madison Schochenmaier
My experience in the agricultural engineering program has been amazing. I have participated in many clubs, internships, and research throughout my four years. The courses within this program have set me up to excel at all three things, along with my job after college. The professors are extremely easy to talk to and they all have an open-door policy that makes asking for help a lot easier.
Madison Schochenmaier

Agricultural Engineering

cafes@uwrf.edu // 715-425-3535

Your Degree:

Undergraduate

Area of Study:

Agriculture/​Engineering

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