2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Oct 31, 2020  
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science


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http://bioengr.ag.utk.edu

Eric Drumm, Head

Professors
Ammons, J.T., PhD - West Virginia
Ayers, P.D., PhD, PE - North Carolina State
Buschermohle, M.J., PhD - Clemson
Drumm, E.C., PhD, PE - Arizona
Essington, M.E., PhD - California (Riverside)
Freeland, R.S., PhD, PE - Tennessee
Tompkins, F.D. (Associate Vice President for Research), PhD, PE - Tennessee
Tyler, D.D., PhD - Kentucky
Wilkerson, J.B., PhD - Purdue
Wills, J.B., MS - Tennessee
Womac, A.R., PhD, PE - Tennessee
Yoder, D.C., PhD, PE - Purdue
 
Associate Professors
Buchanan, J.R., PhD, PE - Tennessee
Eash, N.S., PhD - Iowa State
Grandle, G.F., PhD - Tennessee
Hart, W.E., PhD - Purdue
Hayes, D.G., PhD - Michigan
Lee, J., PhD - Iowa State
Leib, B.G., PhD - Penn State
Logan, J., PhD - Nebraska
Radosevich, M., PhD - Ohio State
Savoy, H.J., PhD - Louisiana State
Tyner, J.S., PhD - Oklahoma State
Walker, F.R., PhD - North Carolina State
 
Assistant Professors
Hawkins, S.A., PhD, PE - Tennessee
Johnson, A.M., PhD - North Carolina State
Ye, X., PhD - Minnesota

The Department of Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science offers two undergraduate degree programs – Bachelor of Science in Biosystems Engineering and Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Soil Sciences. Biosystems engineering is a four-year, ABET accredited engineering program emphasizing engineering applications to biological systems. Environmental and soil sciences is a strong science-based program for students interested in environmental science, soil science, and agricultural systems technology. Students in the agricultural systems technology concentration who follow a specific list of pre-approved classes are eligible to sit for the Tennessee Professional Land Surveyor-In-Training exam. Please see http://biosystems.utk.edu/surveying for more details. Minors in either environmental and soil sciences or in biosystems engineering technology are also available. More detailed descriptions of each program are included with the curricular material that follows.

In order to provide students with the best advice concerning course selection, general academic success, and career choices, the programs within the Department of Biosystems Engineering and Soil Science require that all undergraduate students meet with their academic advisors every semester before registering for classes.

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