Master of Science in Food Science
In addition to the program's admission requirements, students are expected to demonstrate competency in the coursework or its equivalent listed in the following table. The graduate committee evaluates each applicant’s transcripts at the time of application. In some cases, courses listed as prerequisites may be taken as co-requisites during the first year of graduate study if deemed appropriate by the graduate admissions committee.
- General chemistry - One year to include organic chemistry
- Biochemistry - One or two quarters or semesters to include structures and basic metabolism
- Biological Science - Three courses to include general biology, genetics, and microbiology
- Mathematics- One year to include calculus
- Statistics - One course to include hypothesis testing, correlation, and regression
- Physics - Two terms or one year (non-calculus based) to include mechanics, optics, electricity, and magnetism
For information about admission requirements and to apply to the MS in Food Science, please visit the Office of Graduate Admissions.
If you have any questions, or would like more information, please contact:
Director, Marketing and Enrollment Management