Master of Science in Food Science Program By Michigan State University | Top Universities

Master of Science in Food Science

Master of Science in Food Science

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  • Study Level Masters
  • Scholarships No
Each graduate program in the Department of Food Science and Human and Nutrition is designed to prepare the student to become a specialist in food science or human nutrition. Programs of study and research are flexible and are designed to meet the needs and objectives of individual students. Emphasis is placed on a sound educational program to develop a high degree of professional competence in a specific program area. Attendance and participation at seminars and participation in the teaching programs where appropriate are designed to broaden the student's background for future careers. A student who is admitted to a graduate program in food science is expected to have general, quantitative, and organic chemistry and biochemistry. In addition, preparation for graduate work should include courses in the biological and agricultural sciences, mathematics, physics, nutrition, engineering, or economics. A student with insufficient academic background may be required to complete collateral courses in addition to the courses that are required for the degree.
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