BIOPROCESSING AND BIOENERGY
Bridging science and business in bioprocessing and sustainable bio-based energy and related biosciences. Graduates should be well-prepared for positions of responsibility in bioprocessing, bioenergy, and related biosciences. Specializations are available. The program is offered by the top-ranked Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
FOOD SCIENCE AND HUMAN NUTRITION
Flexibility in curriculum and career options are hallmarks of the food science and human nutrition program. Expertise in nutrition and food science, combined with business skills, provides many career options in the food, pharmaceutical, and ingredient sectors. Areas of emphasis are available.
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SCIENCE
Capturing cutting-edge geospatial technologies to market and provide real-time information to consumers and businesses is the core of the geographic information science program. Program graduates build a flexible, cross-disciplinary expertise around a strong GIS core, drawing upon the University of Illinois’ renowned strengths in GIS, informatics, computer science, and related fields.
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT FOR AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS
Merging technology with management in a systematic approach to problem-solving is the foundation of the technical systems management program. Graduates focus on the application of engineering principles, the study of technology used in agriculture, and the integration of business concepts in food and agricultural industries. The program is offered by the top-ranked Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.