Agricultural Engineer


According to, Agricultural Engineers develop and design new procedures, tools, and systems for agricultural products and environments. Engineers in this field may work to solve environmental issues pertaining to agriculture, or they may specialize in bioprocess technology. They often must travel to worksites to observe whether processes and equipment are working correctly.

Job Prospect


Work Environment

Agricultural Engineers work environment comprise of office and workshop/labouratory. The engineering equipment needed to carryout maintenance or improve an existing technology are usually kept in the labouratory or workshop. Very sensitive/fragile equipment are often kept in the Labouratory, while the less sensitive/fragile equipment are kept in the Workshop. Sometimes Environmental Engineer may work in the field observing and repairing Agricultural machines and technology that are deployed in the field.

General and Personal Skills Required

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Cost of Training

Recommended Level of Education


Professional Skills / Tools Required

Associated Disciplines

Agricultural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering