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  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Food Science (BS)


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University Requirements:


College Requirements:


Agricultural and Natural Resources:

A minimum of nine credits from any three different subject area codes, outside the subject area codes of the student’s major, offered by the departments in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The exceptions would be any course that states in the course description that it cannot be used to satisfy the College Breadth requirements, special problems, research, internships, first year experience, seminars, and similar courses.

Physical Science:

Minimum of eight credits from CHEM, GEOL, PHYS, or SCEN. See major for specific requirement.

*If a course is used to fulfill two or more requirements, credits are counted only once toward the total credits for graduation.

 

Major Requirements:


Second Writing Requirement:


  • A Second Writing Requirement  approved by the College of Arts and Sciences. This course must be taken after completion of 60 credit hours, completed with a minimum grade of C-, and the section enrolled must be designated as satisfying the requirement in the academic term completed. These credits can be used to satisfy University Breadth Requirements.

Electives:


After required courses are completed, sufficient credits must be taken to meet the minimum credits requirements for the degree. Only four credits of BHAN 120  or four credits of performing Music credits may be counted toward the degree. ANFS 399  may be taken P/F for a maximum of two credits toward the degree. No more than five credits of ANFS X66 may be counted towards the major.

Students should seek advice from their academic advisors when choosing electives.

Credits to Total a Minimum of 124


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