U of I Unveils New Masters in Digital Ag for Professionals
As agriculture in the United States becomes increasingly reliant on digital tools and knowledge to feed a growing world population, the University of Illinois seeks to create a highly-skilled workforce by now offering a new Master’s Degree in Engineering – with a concentration in digital agriculture. This program is an interdisciplinary degree in collaboration with the Center for Digital Agriculture(CDA) at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, and the Departments of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Crop Sciences, and Computer Science. Students will take classes from all three departments and complete a capstone project working with industry partners on real-world problems.
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