Food Innovation & Technology - M.S.
The Food Innovation & Technology master's degree program explores the complexities of a global food system. The program provides an opportunity for students to analyze the impact food has on people, industries and the environment. Students employ disruptive models and technologies to challenge existing systems, products and processes, developing innovative solutions that address systemic issues.
Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to:
- Analyze the global relationship between food, society, business, government, and the environment.
- Propose solutions to systemic food system issues that consider the perspective of all users and the potential impact to the food system.
- Organize collaborative diverse teams dedicated to solving systemic food system issues.
- Disseminate empirical research findings.
Food Innovation & Technology
Master of Science
CreditsPrerequisite Course *, **
|LAW2001||The Legal Environment of Business I||3|
|FOOD5030||Shaping the Future of Food||3|
|FOOD6030||Food Innovation & Technology Capstone||3|
|HSC6110||Epidemiology and Food Safety ***||3|
|IDES5030||Food Systems Design Methodology||3|
|LAW5410||Food Law and Policy ***||3|
|MGMT6310||Designing & Managing Supply Chains||3|
|RSCH5700||Research and Inquiry||3|
|SOC5030||The Global Food System||3|
Course offered through the undergraduate College of Arts & Sciences.
Prerequisite courses must be completed prior to or concurrently with core courses.
Course may be offered online only.