Food Science Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program
- Bachelor’s Degree Completion
- Preparation for more technical jobs, product development, and graduate school
- Course Delivery
- Message boards
- Guided study
- Application Requirements
- At least 30 college credits with 2.0 minimum GPA
- Completion Requirements
- 126 hours with 2.0 minimum GPA
- Apply now
The Food Science and Industry bachelor’s degree program leads to a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Industry. Students may select from either the Science Option or the Food Business and Operations Management Option. The Science Option emphasizes the basic sciences and prepares students for more technical jobs, product development, and graduate school. Students in the Food Business and Operations Management Option must minor in either business, agribusiness, or agricultural economics as they prepare for management and other opportunities in the food industry.
Completing the program opens up new professional opportunities for graduates in such fields as food science, meat science, and other areas.
To apply for the program, students should have completed about two years of university credit courses from an accredited institution.
K-State’s Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Industry (Science option) is an approved degree plan for military MOS 68R Veterinary Food Inspection Specialists
Currently, ONLY students that reside within the United States are eligible for admission into the Undergraduate Distance Food Science program. Active duty U.S. military personnel are exempt from this requirement.
To complete the program, students must complete 126 credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.0. A minimum of 30 K-State semester hours is required, and 20 out of the last 30 hours must be from K-State.