The Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering program at OSU treats each person seeking an advanced degree as an individual. Everyone is encouraged to develop a program of study based on their personal and professional goals. Students may choose to obtain a Master of Science or Doctor of Philosophy degree in one of four general areas of study. Students choose between study plans for Biomechanical Systems, Bioprocessing and Biotechnology, Environmental and Natural Resources, and Food Processing. None of the Department’s degrees have a set curriculum requirement. Graduate students work with their advisor to develop a plan of study comprised of engineering, mathematics, computer science, statistics, and agriculture courses. Graduates of the program find a variety of jobs in universities, private companies and government agencies. Our graduates can be found in almost every state in the USA and in many foreign countries.