Agricultural & Biological Systems Engineers (2148)

Biological engineers study biological processes and integrate them with engineering principles to develop solutions for a wide variety of technical problems (Discover E). Biological Systems Engineering includes Agricultural, Biosystems, and can also include Environmental Engineering.  View the links below to learn more.  

Please note that while Biomedical Engineering also falls under the umbrella of Biosystems, a separate page has been created for this specialty.  Select the links to the right to learn more about this field and related occupations. 

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Information for foreign-trained Agricultural & Biosystems Engineers - Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials

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Date modified: July 16, 2018