Each of the major offers opportunities to specialize in specific career pathways.
Consists of the design of farm machinery, soil management and land development.
Involves working with living systems to improve the environment and peoples' lives.
Develop technological problem-solving skills for managing machines, natural resources, people and money.
International Engagement - information about UNL's worldwide connections.
Student Clubs - organization memberships are open to all students.
UNL Student Involvement - how to stay connected across campus.
Graduate Programs - pursue a Masters degree or a Ph.D after undergraduate school.
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-provide the laboratories and the equipment for study of agricultural machines and power units, animal and plant environment control systems, bioprocessing systems, engineering properties of food and biosynthetic materials, biomedical engineering, irrigation hydraulics, and pollution control. Modern instruments available in the laboratories include computers, electronic image processors, water and air flow measurement devices, plant and animal environment chambers, global positioning systems equipment, and computer-aided design equipment. Fermenter, cross-flow filtration devices, protein purification and separation equipment, and chromatography units for student lab work are located nearby in the Food Industry Complex. Students in biomedical engineering also have access to the University Dental College labs, The University of Nebraska Medical Center labs and library, and internships (such as tissue engineering or cardiovascular machinery).
- north of Chase Hall is the two-story Splinter Laboratory and the Nebraska Tractor Testing Laboratory. The faculty also conduct research at the Rogers Memorial Farm, the Agricultural Research and Development Center in Mead, Nebraska, and four Research and Extension Centers located throughout the state. Undergraduate and graduate students participate in faculty research at these and other locations.