Aug 14, 2022  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Animal and Food Sciences


Food Science - Science Concentration BS Four-Year Plan

FALL SPRING
First Year
ANFS 111 - Animal and Food Science Laboratory   ANFS 102 - Food for Thought  
ANFS 159 - Topics in Food Science   CHEM 104 - General Chemistry  
CHEM 103 - General Chemistry   ENGL 110 - Seminar in Composition  
MATH 221 - Calculus I    Breadth Requirement (2/5)
NTDT 200 - Nutrition Concepts   Breadth Requirement (3/5)
Breadth Requirement (1/5)  
   
Credits: 15 Credits: 16
Second Year
ANFS 230 - Foodborne Diseases: Investigating Outbreaks   ANFS 265 - Perspectives in Career and Professional Development  
CHEM 213 /CHEM 215  or CHEM 321 - Organic Chemistry I   ANFS 305 - Food Science  
PHYS 201 - Introductory Physics I   BISC 207 - Introductory Biology I  
Breadth Requirement (4/5)   CHEM 120  or CHEM 220  & CHEM 221  
Free Elective (1/4)  Breadth Requirement (5/5) 
   
Credits: 17 Credits: 14 or 15
Third Year
ANFS 409 - Food Processing  or ANFS 428 - Food Chemistry   CHEM 214 - Elementary Biochemistry  or CHEM 527 - Biochemistry
STAT 200 - Basic Statistical Practice   NTDT 301 - Cultural Perspectives on Food and Nutrition  or GEOG 430 - Food Geographies & Food Justice  
APEC 150 - Economics of Agriculture and Natural Resources   ANFS 429 - Food Analysis  or ANFS 443 - Food Engineering Technology   
BISC 300 - Introduction to Microbiology   ANFS 218 - Fermentation Sciences  
Free Elective (2/4) Free Elective (3/4)
Credits: 17 Credits: 16
Fourth Year
ANFS 439 - Food Microbiology   ANFS 411 - Food Science Capstone  
ANFS 428 - Food Chemistry  or ANFS 409 - Food Processing   ANFS 443 - Food Engineering Technology  or ANFS 429 - Food Analysis  
APEC 404 - Food and Fiber Marketing   ANFS 449 - Food Biotechnology  
Free Elective (3/4) Free Elective (4/4)
Credits: 14 Credits: 12
Total Credits: 124
*See program page for approved courses.
 
Disclaimer: Four-Year Plans are a Departmental suggestion of how a student could complete this degree in four years (eight semesters). Students may opt to take courses in the summer or winter sessions. These plans do not take into account additional requirements brought on by minors or other majors. A Four-Year Plan is subject to change from year-to-year given the resources and focuses of the Department. It is the student’s responsibility to meet with his or her assigned advisor at least once a semester to monitor progress and ensure that he or she is on track to graduate on time. This document is intended as a supplemental advisement tool to be used in conjunction with in-person advisement and the UDSIS Degree Audit. Students should direct any questions or concerns regarding degree progress to their advisor or Academic Assistant Dean.