Biosystems Engineering - MS, PhD
Graduate study in Biosystems Engineering leads to Master of Science (thesis, non-thesis) or Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Instruction, research training, and experience are available in various specialized fields such as ecological engineering; bioenergy and bioproducts engineering; food engineering; biological process engineering; biosystems automation and off-highway vehicle engineering. Applicants are expected to have earned a baccalaureate degree in biosystems engineering or a closely related area. All applicants should provide a written statement of purpose for their graduate study, three letters of reference, and all other data required by Auburn University. Additional details about the requirements, assistantships, and policies for graduate study in the Department of Biosystems Engineering are available at www.eng.auburn.edu/bio .