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Bachelor of Science (Food Science) - B.Sc.(F.Sc.)

Bachelor of Science (Food Science) - B.Sc.(F.Sc.)

The Food Science program has been designed to combine the basic sciences, particularly chemistry, with speciality courses which are directly related to the discipline.

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Bachelor of Science (Food Science) (B.Sc.(F.Sc.)) - Major Food Science - Food Science Option (90 credits)

This program is intended for those students interested in the multidisciplinary field of food science. The courses are integrated to acquaint the student with food processing, food chemistry, quality assurance, analytical procedures, food products, standards, and regulations. The program prepares graduates for employment as scientists in industry or government, in ...

For more information, see Major Food Science - Food Science Option (90 credits).

Bachelor of Science (Food Science) (B.Sc.(F.Sc.)) - Major Food Science - Food Chemistry Option (90 credits)

This program is intended for those students interested in the multidisciplinary field of food science. The courses are integrated to acquaint the student with food processing, food chemistry, quality assurance, analytical procedures, food products, standards and regulations. The program prepares graduates for employment as scientists in industry or government, in ...

For more information, see Major Food Science - Food Chemistry Option (90 credits).

Concurrent Bachelor of Science in Food Science (B.Sc.(F.Sc.)) and Bachelor of Science Nutritional Sciences (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) - Food Science/Nutritional Science Major (122 credits)

The concurrent program B.Sc.(F.Sc.) and B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.) is designed to give motivated students the opportunity to combine the two fields. The two disciplines complement each other with Food Science providing the scientific foundation in the fundamentals of food science and its application in the food system, while Nutritional Sciences brings the fundamental ...

For more information, see Food Science/Nutritional Science Major (122 credits).

About the Concurrent Bachelor of Science in Food Science (B.Sc.(F.Sc.)) and Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) Program

About the Concurrent Bachelor of Science in Food Science (B.Sc.(F.Sc.)) and Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences (B.Sc.(Nutr.Sc.)) Program

Unique in North America, the new concurrent degree program in Food Science and Nutritional Science offers the best education in these complementary fields and opens the door to a multitude of career paths.

The Food Science component of the program focuses on the chemistry of food and the scientific principles underlying food preservation, processing and packaging to provide consumers with quality foods. The Nutritional Science component deals with the science of the nutritional aspects of food and metabolism. The program has been carefully structured to ensure that students receive the training that industry demands.

Bachelor of Science (Food Science) - B.Sc.(F.Sc.) Related Programs

Bachelor of Science (Food Science) - B.Sc.(F.Sc.) Related Programs

Certificate in Food Science

Certificate in Food Science

Detailed information on this certificate program can be found under Certificate in Food Science (30 credits) in this publication.

Faculty of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences—2010-2011 (last updated May. 3, 2010) (disclaimer)