Biological & Agricultural Engineering; Agricultural & Environmental Sciences, Engineering

(College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences and College of Engineering)

Bryan M. Jenkins, Ph.D., Chair of the Department

Department Office. 2030 Bainer Hall; 530-752-0102; http://bae.engineering.ucdavis.edu

Faculty. http://bae.engineering.ucdavis.edu/faculty-directory/

Major Programs & Graduate Study. For the Bachelor of Science program, see the major in Biological Systems Engineering; for graduate study, see also Graduate Studies.

Minor Programs. The Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering offers two minors through the College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences: Geographic Information Systems and Precision Agriculture.

The minor in Geographic Information Systems is open to all majors, including those in engineering. This minor is for students interested in information processing of spatial data related to remote sensing for geographical and environmental planning and related areas.

The minor in Precision Agriculture is open to all majors, including those in engineering, and acquaints students with recent developments and their applications to agriculture, in geographic information systems, global positioning systems, and variable rate technologies.

The Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering also administers three minors through the College of Engineering in Energy Science & Technology, Energy Efficiency, and Energy Policy.

Courses. Courses are listed under Applied Biological Systems Technology, and Engineering: Biological & Agricultural (Biological Systems Engineering).