Food Science

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Academic Plan of Study

The Curriculum

The Food Science program includes courses in food chemistry, food analysis, food and dairy microbiology, food processing, food engineering, meat science, nutrition science and cereal technology, in addition to basic courses in mathematics, the sciences, humanities and social sciences. Most of the applied courses in food science are taken after the basic courses have laid the groundwork for the student.

Please follow the link below for information pertaining to your course of study as a NDSU Food Science major.

Curriculum Guide

Freshman

Sophomore transfers

Junior transfers

Four-year sample schedule

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