Master of Food Science (Non-Thesis)
Our graduates meet the demand for professionals with food safety inspection training. They can also communicate core product and quality concepts concerning the safe development and use of ingredients in food products.
Potential career paths include food safety compliance, quality assurance and quality control, sales and technology, and product development and modification.
M.S. in Food Science
Students gain a general knowledge of food science and related disciplines to conduct, analyze, and communicate research in academic or industry settings.
Students with science, agricultural, biochemistry, and engineering degrees can design an academically challenging and enriching program to prepare them for a rewarding career.
Ph.D. in Food Science
This program is geared toward individuals with B.S. or graduate degrees in related sciences who want in-depth research experience in areas like food safety, functional foods, food processing, sensory science, and food fermentation.