Graduate Degrees

Food Sciences

College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

The Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition (FSHN) offers an online non-thesis Master of Science degree. The online delivery option makes the program accessible to students in various locations and working professionals, who may be balancing important personal and professional commitments. 

The FSHN online non-thesis Master of Science degree features dedicated faculty who have a vision to help you become a leader in your professional career. Studies in food science prepare students to apply the principles of science and engineering to ensure the quantity, quality, variety, attractiveness, and safety of foods.

Graduates pursue careers in industry, academia, and governmental agencies.

Degree Overview:

  • Total credit hours: 32
  • Courses (The program offers one to three courses each semester, including summer semester)


Application Deadlines: 

  • Fall Admission: April 1
  • Spring Admission: November 1