Degrees

 

Degrees

 


Mission: The mission of the Master degree program in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at Texas A&M University is to prepare high-quality, well-rounded BAEN and AGSM graduates to enter managerial positions in the industry. We require that all students in our Master of Engineering and Master of Science programs complete coursework in core topics.


  1. Master of Engineering (MEng.): The Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Biological & Agricultural Engineering, Food Engineering emphasis and distance learning program, is designed to provide an advanced degree in food engineering to engineers working in the food and related  industries.

  2. Master of Science non-Thesis Option (MS): The Master of Science (MS) degree in Agricultural Systems Management, Food Technology emphasis and distance learning program, is designed to provide an advanced degree in food technology to food scientists working in the food and related  industries.

  3. Benefits: Each one of these programs will expand your knowledge base in  applications of engineering fundamentals to food processing operations (MEngr.) or  in food processing operations (AGSM) . Examples include dehydration, frying, thermal processing, packaging, separations, design, food safety engineering, and others.

  4. Pre-requisites: To be enrolled in this program, you must have a degree in engineering (MEngr) or food science/AGSM and some experiences in food processing is a plus.

  5. Requirements:   The DL-MEng degree consists of 30 credits of course work, a final report, and oral examination. The and DL-MS-AGSM consists of 36 credits and a final oral examination.


Steps that must be fulfilled to complete the Master Degrees: click here


Master Degree in Biological & Agricultural Engineering

  1. (1)Master of Engineering in BAEN

  2. (2)Master of Science in AGSM