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    Oct 23, 2021  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Food Science and Technology Major, BS in Food Science – Technology / Business Concentration


Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Food Science • Food Science and Technology Major • Technology / Business Concentration


First Year  Hours Credit
1Arts and Humanities Electives * 6
2Biological Sciences 4
CHEM 120 * 4
3English* 6
Elective
4
FDST 101  3
4Quantitative Reasoning Elective * 3
   
Second Year  
CHEM 110 * or CHEM 350  3-4
CHEM 130 * 4
MICR 210 * or higher 3
5FDST 241  3
1Social Sciences Electives * 6
6Directed Technology/Business elective 3
NUTR 100 * 3
FDST 201  1
   
Third Year  
FDST 390 , FDST 410  and FDST 430  10
1Cultures and Civilizations Electives * 6
6Directed Technology/Business Electives 6
STAT 201 * or MATH 115 * 3
1Communicating Orally Elective * 3
1Communicating through Writing Elective * 3
Electives 4
   
Fourth Year  
FDST 401  1
FDST 415  and FDST 421 -FDST 429  9
FDST 445 , FDST 461  or FDST 462  and FDST 495  9
6Directed Technology/Business Electives 6
FDST 493  3
Elective 1
   Total 120
   
* Meets University General Education Requirement .
1 Chose from the University General Education list 
2 May be chosen from BIOL 101 *, BIOL 102 *, BIOL 111 *, BIOL 112 * or BIOL 130 *.
3 May select either ENGL 101 * and ENGL 102 * or ENGL 118 * and ENGL 102 *. Students who obtain a grade of A or B in ENGL 118 * may complete their freshman requirement with ENGL 102 *, ENGL 355 *, or with a 200-level course in the English department. The 200-level course may, if so listed, also be used toward the Arts and Humanities  (AH) requirement.
4 Mathematics placement depends on high school courses and grades and ACT scores. MATH 125 * needed for STAT 201 *.
5 FDST 241  will be used to satisfy the CASNR computer technology/application requirement.
6 ACCT 200 ; ADVT 250 ; Agriculture and Natural Resources (any course); Agricultural and Resource Economics (any course); Animal Science (any course); BCMB 230 , BCMB 401 , BCMB 402 ; BIOL 101 *, BIOL 102 *, BIOL 111 *, BIOL 112 *, BIOL 140 * or BIOL 240 ; Biosystems Engineering (any course); CCI 150 CHEM 130 *, CHEM 360 , CHEM 369  CMST 201 ECON 201 *; EEB 240 ; Entomology and Plant Pathology (any course); Environmental and Soil Sciences (any course); FDST 269 , FDST 430 , FDST 441 , FDST 461 , FDST 493  (limit 3 hours for FDST 493 ); FINC 300 ;  Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries (any course); HRT 210 , HRT 311 , HRT 326 , HRT 445 INSC 102 ; JREM 175 , JREM 200 *;  MARK 300 MGT 201 , MGT 300 MICR 430 NUTR 104 , NUTR 201 , NUTR 302 , NUTR 303 , NUTR 313 , NUTR 314 , NUTR 412 *, NUTR 415 , NUTR 416 , NUTR 420 ; PBRL 270 ; PHYS 101 *, PHYS 102 *, PHYS 221 * or PHYS 222 *; Plant Sciences (any course); PUBH 430 ; STAT 201 *.