Your hub for academic advising, undergraduate research, internships, study abroad, student clubs, scholarships, and more.

The resources you’ll need to make the most of your Agricultural and Biological Engineering experience.

Penn State, the College of Agricultural Sciences, the College of Engineering, and the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering place student success as the highest priority. If you’re looking for academic advising, undergraduate research, internships, study abroad, student clubs, scholarships, and more—we’re here to help.

Advising

All students admitted to a major in our department are assigned a faculty adviser.

Clubs and Organizations

Clubs of interest to students in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering

Career and Internship Resources

Internships are a great way to gain on-the-job experience.

Scholarships

Agricultural and Biological Engineering students are eligible for scholarships through the College of Engineering and the College of Agricultural Sciences.

Study Abroad

There are many study abroad opportunities available for BE and BRS students from the College of Ag Sciences and the College of Engineering.

Undergraduate Research
Why Change to Biological Engineering?

Are you a current Penn State student exploring engineering majors? If you are looking for a major that emphasizes practical applications and focuses on sustainability, Biological Engineering (BE) might be for you! Read below for more reasons why you should consider BE.

Why Major in BioRenewable Systems?

In Penn State's BioRenewable Systems major, there is no need to choose between sustainability, technology, science, and business--we give you the opportunity to see how they work together.