Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering


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Course Overview

Agricultural engineering professionals apply their knowledge of engineering technology and biological science to agriculture. They design agricultural machinery, equipment and structures; develop methods to conserve soil and water; and research ways to improve how agricultural products are processed. Depending on their career interests, agricultural engineers can choose from a number of specializations, such as power systems and machinery design, structural and environmental engineering, and food and bioprocess engineering. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
AEN 101 Engineering Mathematics 5
AEN 102 Management Economics for Agriculture Engineers 5
AEN 103 Introduction to Finite Elements 3
AEN 104 Electrical Engineering 3
AEN 105 Agricultural Engineering in Development. 5
AEN 106 Introduction to Agricultural Engineering 3
TOTAL CREDITS 24
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
AEN 111 Climatology and Field Engineering 3
AEN 112 Mechanics of Materials 5
AEN 113 Thermodynamics 5
AEN 114 Soil Science for Engineers 3
AEN 115 Mechanics of Materials 3
AEN 116 Introduction to Computers 5
TOTAL CREDITS 24
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
AEN 201 Agricultural Mechanization 4
AEN 202 Workshop Practice 5
AEN 203 Farm Power and Machinery Management 4
AEN 204 Basic Electrical Technology and Mechanics 4
AEN 205 Computer Aided Design and Drafting 4
AEN 206 Hydraulic and Hydrology 4
TOTAL CREDITS 25
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
AEN 211 Theory of Machines 4
AEN 212 Farm Structures 4
AEN 213 Computer Programming 4
AEN 214 Post-Harvest Engineering 4
AEN 215 Irrigation Theory and Practice 4
AEN 216 Computer Programming for Mach..Engineers I 4
TOTAL CREDITS 24
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
AEN 301 Materials Science and Engineering I 4
AEN 302 Climatology and Hydrological. Modelling 4
AEN 303 Farm Power 4
AEN 304 Agricultural Process. Engineering 4
AEN 305 Rural Electrification 4
AEN 306 Soil Mechanics 4
TOTAL CREDITS 24
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
AEN 311 Animal Science for Engineers 4
AEN 312 Water Resource Engineering 4
AEN 313 Farm Machinery 4
AEN 314 Design of Processing Equipment 4
AEN 315 Agricultural Structures 4
AEN 316 Design of Machine Elements 4
TOTAL CREDITS 24
Course Code Seventh Semester Courses Credit
AEN 401 Environmental Engineering 4
AEN 402 Soil and Water Engineering 4
AEN 403 Engineering Experimental Design 4
AEN 404 Land Use Policy and Law 4
AEN 405 Design Project Planning 3
TOTAL CREDITS 19
Course Code Eighth Semester Courses Credit
AEN 411 Design of Agricultural Machinery 3
AEN 412 Small Scale Manufacturing 3
AEN 413 Irrigation System Design & Management 3
AEN 414 Entrepreneurship 5
AEN 415 Senior Project and Presentation 10
TOTAL CREDITS 30

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates in this well-respected program are employed for the purpose of

  • Designing and managing food production systems
  • Protecting surface and ground water quality
  • Designing natural resource management systems
  • Developing and managing bioprocessing systems
  • Designing off-road vehicles and agricultural equipment
  • Designing animal production facilities and environmental control systems

 

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