In response to increased global concern over food supply, access, quality, and safety, this book provides a comprehensive review of existing approaches to agricultural engineering (AE) education and curriculum reform. It book highlights different models of AE education, including the historical development, curriculum design, course contents, industrial training, and graduate attributes. Chapters describe unique components of the AE curriculum, such as design projects, internships, and capstones, present specific pedagogies and instructional tools for program delivery and evaluation, and discuss the emerging issues in global agricultural engineering education for in the 21st Century.
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Stellenbosch University, South Africa University College Dublin, Ireland
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