Why study agricultural engineering?
People are often drawn to agricultural engineering due to humanitarian and ecological concerns — they want to make the world a better place, and it’s a path of study that offers the practical means to do so.
Agricultural engineers are highly sought after by governments and engineering firms, as they’re equipped with a broad range of highly adaptable skills. Accordingly, an agricultural engineering degree can open the door to many career opportunities. Whether you want to go into research, biosystems engineering, farm equipment engineering, crop yield maximisation, or more, you’ll be able to pursue a career that makes a positive difference in the world.
At the University of Southern Queensland, we provide a welcoming environment and community for you to complete your study. Whether you’re undertaking an undergraduate or postgraduate agricultural engineering degree, we offer flexible ways to study options both on-campus and online study. You won’t find better agricultural engineering courses in Australia
What do agricultural engineers do?
If helping the world with food production, crop yields, and water management interests you, we offer many agricultural engineering degrees to suit your needs. Here at USQ, we offer degrees in engineering, agricultural technology and management, engineering science, and engineering fundamentals. You’ll be able to apply your skills to areas such as water supply, agriculture, forestry, soil conservation, environmental protection agencies.
What are the pathways to entry?
At the University of South Queensland, we offer several pathways to study, and each application is assessed on a case-by-case basis. Whether you’ve just completed Year 12, graduated a while ago, have a VET or TAFE qualification, or another form of study, we can help you decide the best way forward. Take a look at our pathways programs for detailed information.