Food Science ConcentrationASSOCIATE IN ARTS, 60 CREDITS
This program introduces students to the principles underlying the processing and deterioration of foods. Students analyze food content to determine levels of vitamins, fat, sugar, and protein and study new food sources. Methods to make processed foods safe, palatable and healthful are researched. Students examine food processing, packaging, preserving, storing and distribution.Location: Austin
Program Starts: Fall
Course Plan: Four Semesters
Faculty: Christine Seppanen
For in-depth information including outcomes, program fees, course descriptions, and more please visit the Food Science Concentration program page at riverland.edu.
Required Core Courses (12-16 credits)
MnTC General Education Courses (40 credits)