GRADUATE STUDIES IN AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
More than fifty students enroll to the graduate program each year, with increased numbers in the last years. Graduate students represent a substantial part of the academic activities in the Agricultural Engineering. Thus, as teaching assistants, they are involved in laboratory and class exercises. In addition, much of the research in Agricultural Engineering is conducted by the graduate students as part of their advanced degree requirements. The more outstanding graduate students are a resource from which future Agricultural Engineering members can be recruited.
The purpose of the graduate study programs is to give qualified graduates an opportunity to expand their scientific basis in agricultural engineering, to gain experience in research activities, and to deepen their chosen field of specialization. Our graduate students must report on the progress of their research by presenting their work at Agricultural Engineering seminars, at least twice. In addition, they are encouraged to present their findings at scientific conferences prior to publication.
The following graduate degrees are offered:
List of Agricultural Engineering graduate courses (English) List of Agricultural Engineering graduate courses (Hebrew)
- Master of science in agricultural engineering;
- Master of science in agricultural engineering sciences;
- Doctor of science.