Accepting Applications for Spring 2023
Deadline: Nov. 1 for international students and Dec. 1 for domestic students
Graduation from the program requires the completion of 32 credit hours with a core curriculum tailored for Digital Agriculture with a specialization topic chosen by students with a selection of elective courses. The core curriculum includes:
- 8 hours of Agricultural and Biological Engineering coursework
- 4 hours of Computer Science coursework
- 4 hours of Crop Sciences coursework
- 4 hours of Capstone or Professional Practicum
12 hours of elective courses from a predetermined list from all three departments will complete the requirements for graduation.
The Master of Engineering in Digital Agriculture is a self-funded program where students are responsible for paying their tuition and fees. Students in this program are not eligible for Board of Trustee (BOT) tuition waiver-generating assistantships at the University of Illinois.
Tuition rates for the academic year for the M.Eng in Engineering – Digital Agriculture follows the Graduate Tuition rate for Engineering on the Office of the Registrar website.