Food Science (B.S.)
Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
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Food science is a multidisciplinary program field that applies chemistry, microbiology, engineering and nutrition to develop new food products and processes to improve the safety and quality of food.
The food science degree is internationally recognized and is approved by the Institute of Food Technologists.
Many students participate in internships at food companies and related industries. Students can receive course credits for internships while gaining invaluable professional experience. The Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition also has many scholarships available.