The program educational objectives include producing graduates who:
- effectively practice engineering in biological systems (plants, animals, humans, microbes and their environments) with demonstrated proficiency.
- have basic engineering skills, technical knowledge, and matured professional and personal behaviorial skills.
- address current and future challenges in biological engineering through life-long learning, professional and ethical contributions to society, and sustained accomplishment.
- obtain graduate and/or professional degrees at notable universities in biological and agricultural engineering, biomedical engineering, medicine, law, business, or other related disciplines.
These program educational objectives are consistent with our departmental mission statement and the College of Engineering mission.