Program Learning Objectives
- Demonstrate expertise in their respective discipline.
- Develop, test or select the appropriate technology in their respective discipline.
- Demonstrate effective communication skills.
- Formulate decisions utilizing professional ethics.
- Value the diversity of people and ideas.
- Investigate problems using critical thinking and derive appropriate solutions.
|AG 581||Graduate Seminar||2|
|BRAE 599||Thesis in BioResource and Agricultural Engineering||9|
|ESCI 501||Research Planning||4|
|STAT 511||Statistical Methods||4|
|STAT 513||Applied Experimental Design and Regression Models||4|
|Approved Elective Options 1||22|
|Students may be required to take undergraduate level prerequisites for selected electives. The final elective approval is at the discretion of the students' graduate committee|
|Agricultural Systems Management I|
|Agricultural Systems Management II|
Agricultural and Food Processing Waste Management
|Agricultural Irrigation Systems|
|Water Wells and Pumps|
|Water Resource Law and Policy|
|Environmental Impact Analysis and Management|
|Watershed Assessment and Protection|
|Senior Project - Ecosystem Management|
|Sustainable Electric Energy Conversion|
|Polymer Electronics Laboratory|
|Advanced Solar-Photovoltaic Systems Design|
|Sustainable Environmental Engineering|
California Production Agriculture and Food Systems
|Packaging Machinery and Processes|
|Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops|
|Advanced Surveying with GIS Applications|
|Advanced Agricultural Mechanics|
|Advanced Weed Management|
|Digital Soil Mapping|
Automation and Mechanization
|Computer Controls for Agriculture|
|Automation of Industrial Systems|
|Any 400 and 500 level courses approved by the student’s graduate committee 1|
At least 60% of all units required by the committee as reflected on the formal study plan must be at the 500 level.