The Bachelor of Science Degree in Food Science and Technology is organized to provide knowledge and skills in the area of food safety, food preservation technologies, food analysis, quality assurance, and new product development. This degree is designed to provide technical opportunities for students interested in a career in the food industry in positions such as production manager, food technologist, HACCP coordinator, quality assurance manager, quality control manager, technical service leader, sales representative, regulatory affairs manager, new product innovation manager, health inspection, and research. Students may also prepare for graduate study in Food Science and Technology.
The total number of units required for the Bachelor of Science degree in Food Science and Technology is 120 units. Please note, courses with * indicate that they also count toward General Education requirements. A minimum C grade is required in all courses used to meet major requirements.