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Master of Science (M.S.) in Food Science and Technology

Master of Science (M.S.) in Food Science and Technology

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  • Study Level Masters
  • Duration 12 months
Graduate work in meat science is offered as a co-major in Animal Science and Food Science and Technology General course requirements FSHN 580 BBMB 404 and 405 Stat 401 or 402 or equivalent Seminar 2 credits: FSHN 681 plus 1 credit of additional seminar experience (options of FSHN 581 [if not taken for M.S.], AgEds 514, journal club [FSHN 590], FSHN 681 1 course in nutrition: Food science majors should have a basic understanding of nutrition evidenced by course work in a nutrition course as an undergraduate Food Science major or credit in one of the following courses ? FSHN 360, 519, 575, NutriS 501, 502, 503, 519, 619. FSHN 590C, 1 credit as part of Teaching Assistant (TA) requirement FSHN 699 Seminar attendance: Satisfactory attendance at FSHN seminars through enrollment in FSHN 682X every term except when enrolled in FSHN 681 Non-thesis option M.S. Students must take at least 30 coursework credits including: At least 12 credits in food science graduate level courses with letter grades (excluding 542, 580, C, 681, 682X). These courses must include at least 3 credits of 600-level in food science with letter grades (excluding 681, write about requirements to get a masters, include curriculum 682X). FSHN 699, no more than 6 credits; not included in the coursework credits Minimum credit and course requirements for non-thesis option is a total of 36 credits.