Master of Engineering Course-based
A two year course-based program in agricultural, environmental and food engineering designed for agricultural professionals in government, industry, or private practice. Students must hold a Bachelor of Engineering degree to be eligible for admission to this program. Students are required to complete 8 graduate level courses, a project course, plus present one seminar in AFNS 601 and attend 75% or more of seminar presentations. The project course consists of a seminar presentation, oral exam and submission of a final report. Courses are dependent on the student's background and career goals and are chosen by the student and supervisor. No funding is available from faculty members or the department for this program.