University of Manitoba
St. Paul's College
Room 268, Drake Centre, 181 Freedman Crescent
The graduate programs in the Department of Biosystems Engineering focus on applications of engineering in biological systems. The M.Sc. is a research degree consisting of coursework and a thesis based on original research conducted by the student. The M.Eng. is a course-based degree consisting of coursework and an engineering project. These programs place a strong emphasis on assisting graduate students to gain a broad range of skills and experience in conducting interdisciplinary research, in understanding the interrelationships among physical and biological factors, and in written and oral communication. Fields of Research include: Environmental Engineering Bio-Processing Post-harvest Preservation of Grains Power and Machinery Light-Frame Structures Bio-environment Graduates have obtained jobs throughout the world in industry, government, research, education, consulting, and self-employment. The range of their work includes: farm equipment design, structural design, environmental engineering, nuclear-engineering research and management, bioprocessing (pharmaceutical and food), and biomedical engineering.
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