Agricultural engineering combines the disciplines of electrical, mechanical, civil and chemical engineering and applies them to agricultural processing and production. An agricultural engineer has the goal of increasing the sustainability and efficiency of agricultural techniques.
Course in Agricultural Engineering
5 Results in Agricultural Engineering
The purpose of this qualification is to develop the transferable skills, attributes, and behaviours needed for you to progress to further study and ultimately to employment.
With over 150,000 businesses, the Agriculture & Horticulture industries form the vital starting point for both the food and landscaping industries which account for over 1 ... +
This convenient course is an ideal starting point for those students with few formal qualifications.
Our agriculture program just last year celebrated its 50th year of sending qualified graduates into the field.
UTP Stage II: Agricultural and Food Sciences is equivalent to the first year of a bachelor’s degree from the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences ... +