Interested in a food science degree?
Food science applies chemistry, microbiology, food engineering and nutrition to develop new food products and improve food safety and quality. Food science students apply scientific principles to control, preserve and enhance the flavor, color, texture, nutritive value and safety of food.
In addition to the core program, students majoring in food science complete one of the following concentrations:
Graduates with a food science degree use cutting-edge technology to develop new foods, add value to raw food commodities, and improve the quality and safety of existing food products.