The Department of Agriculture offers two undergraduate programs—in agriculture and agribusiness—as well as a graduate program with several specializations. The Agribusiness Program trains students to devise optimal strategies for agro and food marketing while focusing on the fair-trade aspect of production. The Agriculture Program trains students to become leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, educators, and practitioners who can advance the profession of Agricultural Engineering and contribute to advancing food and water security of the region and beyond.
Our graduate programs enable agricultural engineers to advance their knowledge and experience in various agricultural disciplines (Animal, Plant, Land, and Water). Earning a graduate degree from the Department of Agriculture places the students at the forefront of meeting the global food and water challenges.