About this Program
- College: Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Credits: 15 | Graded courses completed with minimum grades of C
- Contact: Frazier Rogers Hall
The Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering is founded on developing, teaching, and applying engineering principles to improve and sustain agricultural and biological systems for current and future generations.
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P.O. Box 110570
Frazier Rogers Hall
1741 Museum Road, Bldg. 474
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-0570
This minor is open to all students.
The packaging industry requires creative thinkers and problem solvers to continue to improve environmental sustainability, quality and packaging efficiency. This minor provides exposure to the tools and knowledge required to solve practical problems in packaging and will help students to gain employment in the packaging industry.
Students applying for the minor must obtain written approval from their academic advisor and the undergraduate coordinator in packaging science at least two semesters before graduation.
This minor offered by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences differs from the Packaging Engineering specialization in the Biological Engineering degree. While both sets of curriculum use overlapping courses, the major is available only available to students of the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering.
|Principles of Packaging
|Distribution and Transport Packaging
|Packaging Production and Processing
|Computer Tools for Packaging
|Technical elective (advisor-approved)
Technical Elective | Advisor-approved
- Selected from approved electives in:
- Food Science
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Computer Science & Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Horticultural Science
- Biological Science
- Other electives, including internships and co-ops, are subject to approval of the packaging science minor advisor.