UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The food science and technology degree program is for students interested in careers in the processing, preservation, evaluation and distribution of foods. The curriculum will provide students with a strong foundation in both food science (food chemistry, food microbiology, food processing, etc.) and the basic sciences (physics, chemistry, biochemistry, etc.). Students also have the opportunity to take part in essential hands-on experiences in our dairy, meat and vegetable pilot plants.
Highlights of the Food Science Degree Program
As a student in this program, you will learn to:
As a graduate of this program, you will be prepared for a career in the food science and technology field. Below is a list of potential jobs and companies that graduates have found employment or internship opportunities with.
Potential Job Titles
is the median annual salary for food scientists and technologists with a bachelor's degree
2015 IFT Employment & Salary Survey