CASE program of study pathways are carefully designed to scaffold student learning within a course and throughout the pathway. Similar to all CASE pathways, the agricultural engineering pathway begins with the Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources course. Students then progress to the foundation level course, Agricultural Power and Technology followed by the specialization course, Mechanical Systems in Agriculture. All CASE pathways culminate with the capstone course, Agricultural Research and Development.
To learn more about the specific courses offered in the agricultural engineering pathway, select the course icon below.
For additional information regarding the courses offered in the agricultural engineering pathway, contact Curriculum Coordinator, Carl Aakre.