Food science degrees - results 1-10 of 476

  1. Food Science

    California State University-Long Beach - Long Beach, CA

    • BS

    and CDIA. Employment Opportunities in Food Science A B.S. in Dietetics and Food Administration with an option in Food Science offers students a specialized interdisciplinary curriculum which includes food science, food processing, sensory evaluation, nutrition, chemistry, microbiology, plus an variety of supporting courses in related disciplines. Graduates with a Food Science Option can find work

  2. Food Science

    Purdue University-Main Campus - West Lafayette, IN

    • BS

    The field of Food Science applies science, such as microbiology and biochemistry, to discover ways to improve the taste, nutrition, and value of the food supply. A food scientist possesses the skills necessary to convert raw food products into safe, attractive foods and beverages. Graduates apply scientific knowledge and economic principles to

  3. Food Science

    Michigan State University - East Lansing, MI

    • BS

    Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in food science may be employed by food and allied industries, federal and state governments, and universities to work at the interface between the production and delivery of food. The program also prepares students for advanced study in graduate and professional schools. The required courses stress the principles of food safety and preservation

  4. Food Science

    Kansas State University - Manhattan, KS

    • Certificate

    non-degree undergraduate certificate in Food Science requires the completion of 20 semester credit hours of Food Science or closely related courses. Eligibility The Food Science non-degree undergraduate certificate is open to students who live in the United States or are active duty American military. Application Process The Food

  5. BS in Food Science

    Brigham Young University-Provo - Provo, UT

    • BS

    Food science is the multidisciplinary study of food and the application of knowledge thus gained to developing food products and processes, preserving and storing food, and assuring food safety and quality. Food science addresses the conversion of raw agricultural products into a nutritious, convenient, and economical food supply. Most of the food

  6. BS in Food Science

    Brigham Young University-Provo - Provo, UT

    • BS

    Food science is the multidisciplinary study of food and the application of knowledge thus gained to developing food products and processes, preserving and storing food, and assuring food safety and quality. Food science addresses the conversion of raw agricultural products into a nutritious, convenient, and economical food supply. Most of the food

  7. Food Science and Nutrition

    California State University-Fresno - Fresno, CA

    • BS

    of the world's most productive food processing region, the Department of Food Science and Nutrition is ideally suited to provide students with both a strong academic and practical education in food science and nutrition. Students can gain practical experience by working in the Dairy Processing Enterprise and the Food Processing Enterprise, or research experience through the

  8. Food Science & Safety (FSD)

    North Shore Community College - Danvers, MA

    • AAS

    and development departments, biotechnology firms, food regulatory control laboratories, food sanitation and public health services, local, state, and federal inspection services. The only Associate Degree Program in New England, Food Science and Safety is approved by the United States Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA's FSIS), and is recognized by the United

  9. Minor in Food Science

    California State University-Long Beach - Long Beach, CA

    • Minor in Food Science

    Preparation for employment in the Food Science Industry may be developed through completion of this program of study. Eighteen units including: Take all the following: FSCI 332 Food Science (3) Prerequisites: CHEM 327; HFHM 235; MICR 200 or equivalent. FSCI 338 Introduction to Food Processing (3) Prerequisites: FSCI 332. FSCI 432 Food Analysis

  10. Food Science Option

    Auburn University - Auburn University, AL

    • BS

    AuburnÕs Food Science program, which is approved by the Institute of Food Technologists, blends a strong foundation in the basic sciences (chemistry, physics, biology and engineering) with the multidisciplinary expertise of faculty from AuburnÕs Animal Sciences

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