Students in the FSTC graduate program receive courses from various departments, such as animal science, biological and agricultural engineering and the Health Science Center, to serve the needs of the graduate student in order to obtain a well-round education.
Graduate training is designed to provide advanced training in the basic sciences, processing technology, and engineering processes related to the production. While also handling the processing, distribution or the utilization of food. These courses are selected from those listed by the departments participating in the program to strengthen the primary interest of the student.
Courses of study lead to the degrees in Master of Agriculture, Master of Science, and the Doctor of Philosophy in Food Science and Technology.
Questions about the graduate degrees in food science and technology can be directed to the graduate program coordinator Evelyn Quinones, Academic Advisor III.