The Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs through the College of Engineering and the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
The department offers undergraduate degrees in Biological Engineering and Agricultural Operations Management. Minors are available in Precision Agriculture and Packaging Science.
ABE graduate programs provide unique opportunities to expand skills in engineering, management, and modeling of agricultural, biological and natural ecosystems. Master's and Ph.D. degrees are available. Find information about financial aid, graduate admissions and a link to the Graduate Student Manual.
- Graduate Certificate in Biological Systems Modeling
Graduate students can earn a certificate by completing courses that teach them to model a wide range of biological and environmental systems.
- Departmental Course Listings
View complete course listings for undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the ABE department.
- Commonly Used Forms - Undergraduate and Graduate
Access a list of advising forms including late drop/add, change of major, plan of study, engineering honors thesis and more.
- International Students
Resources for both prospective and current international students.
- Transfer Students
Transfer guides for community college students seeking to continue their undergraduate education in one of the three ABE undergraduate degree programs.
- UF Resources for Students (One.UF)
Undergraduate and graduate course catalogs, registration information, calendars and other important academic resources for students.