Food Science - ABM
Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Curriculum for Food Science
The Food Science Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Program (ABM) provides an opportunity for highly motivated undergraduate students to gain a depth of understanding and experience of food science beyond that of typical bachelor's level graduates. The ABM program allows these exceptional students to count up to 7 hours toward both the bachelor's and master's degrees.
The Bachelor of Science in Food Science undergraduate major can lead to a Master of Science in Food Science in the ABM track. Please see the College of Agriculture website for additional information.
Below is a chart of all the approved courses that can be taken in the ABM program and what course that replaces at the undergraduate level.
|FDSC 6770||Food Plant Sanitation (Replaces FDSC 5770 Food Plant Sanitation)||4|
|POUL 6160||Advanced Principles of Food Safety (Replaces POUL 5160 Principles of Food Safety)||3|
Senior Year for Students in ABM Program - Food Science
Courses marked with an asterisk are those used by students enrolled in the ABM program to meet seven undergraduate hours during their senior year and seven graduate hours to be used toward their graduate degree.
|*FDSC 6770 Food Plant Sanitation||4||FDSC 5640 Food Product Development||4|
|FDSC 4290 Professional Development in Food Science||1||*POUL 6160 Advanced Principles of Food Safety||3|
|BSEN 5550 Principles of Food Engineering Technology||4||Food Science Electives||4|
|STAT 2510 Statistics for Biological and Health Sciences||3||Free Elective or ROTC||3|
|Food Science Elective or ROTC||3-4||UNIV 4AA0 Creed to Succeed||0|
Accelerated Master of Science Food Science