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The Cereal Science Graduate Program offers graduate study leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Cereal Science.

Graduate Bulletin

CFS 430/630 Food Unit Operations (F/E)

CFS 450/650 Cereal Technology (F)

CFS 452/652 Food Laws and Regulations (S)

CFS 453/653 Food Microbiology (F)

CFS 460/660 Food Chemistry (F)

CFS 461/661 Food Chemistry Laboratory (F)

CFS 462/662 Food Ingredient Technology (S/O)

CFS 464/664 Food Analysis (S)

CFS 470/670 Food Processing II (S)

CFS 471/671 Food Processing Laboratory (S)

CFS 472/672 Cereal and Food Fermentation (S/E)

CFS 474/674 Sensory Science of Foods (S)

CFS 480/680 Food Product Development (S)

CFS 758 Fundamentals of Flour Testing and Baking (F/O)

CFS 759 Milling (F/E)

CFS 760 Pasta Processing (S/O)

CFS 761 Malting and Brewing (S/E)

CFS 764 Carbohydrate Chemistry (S/O)

CFS 765 Advanced Cereal and Food Chemistry I (F)

CFS 766 Advanced Cereal and Food Chemistry II (S)

CFS 790 Graduate Seminar (F, S)

Additional Courses

CFS 792 Master's Teaching Experience*

CFS 793 Individual Study*

CFS 794 Practicum*

CFS 795 Field Experience*

CFS 797 Master's Paper*

CFS 798 Master's Thesis*

CFS 892 Doctoral Teaching Experience*

CFS 899 Doctoral Dissertation*

* Courses related to Individual Study, Field Experience, Cooperative Education,
Special Topics and Study Abroad may require department permission.

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