This unit group includes agricultural and bio-resource engineers, biomedical engineers, engineering physicists and engineering scientists, marine and naval engineers, textile engineers and other specialized engineering occupations which are not classified elsewhere. (National Occupation Description)
Find more detailed information about being an Agricultural/Biological Systems Engineer, what they do, typical duties and responsibilities and more in the links below:
U of M Academic Calendar
The Academic Calendar outlines program admission and graduation requirements. Use the links on the left of the Calendar to navigate to a specific faculty and program. You should also speak with an Academic Advisor about program requirements and to plan your academic goals.
Faculty and Department Homepages
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Exploring Other Education Options
Information for foreign-trained Agricultural Engineers - Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials
Labour market information informs users of supply and demand for specific occupations and sectors. It includes such things as salary and job outlook information. These resources support informed career decision making and job search efforts.
Student members of professional associations may access events, directories, job postings, and labour market information. This is a great way to learn and network.
Directories, Industry Associations, and Sector Councils
These resources provide industry news, labour market information and a list of potential employers. Remember, there are usually multiple industries worth exploring
Search occupations of interest to learn about skill requirements, employers, job duties and available jobs.
Links to external resources that will provide you with additional information about the occupation.
Date modified: August 2017