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Dr. Jung-lim Lee explains molecular biological assays to graduate students in Food Science program.

 

  Graduate Degree Programs

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The Department of Human Ecology offers graduate degree programs in Food Science and Family and Consumer Science Education

MS in Food Science: The Master’s degree program in Food Science at Delaware State University prepares graduates with a BS degree in Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, or Food and Nutritional Sciences for an excellent career in the high-tech food industry.
 
The Graduate Program in Food Science is a multi-disciplinary program that integrates knowledge in Microbiology, Biology, Chemistry, Nutrition and Engineering into the study and production of nutritious and safe food.
 
This program will provide students a unique opportunity to work with USDA-ARS scientists and have access to the state-of-the-art equipment at the DSU main campus and USDA/ARS/ERRC, Wyndmoor, PA. for their thesis work.
 
The Food Science Master candidates will perform their research projects and thesis defenses under the advisement of expert faculty in the Department of Human Ecology. USDA-ARS scientists are also willing to serve as co-advisors on students’ research.
 
The food industry and related private agencies for food safety are the largest and fastest-growing private-sector employers in the United States. Career opportunities in Food Science include: Food Chemistry, Food Microbiology, Food Safety and Quality Assurance, Biotechnology and Pharmaceutics, Nutrition Labeling and Packaging, Food Analysis/Control, Sensory evaluation, Food processing and engineering, Food marketing, Sales and distribution.
 
Students entering the program must choose one of two concentrations: 1) Food Microbiology (Go to the JLRG website) or 2) Food Chemistry.
 
 

 

 

 

Are you interested in state-of-the-art food science research?
 
For more information on the Food Science Program, contact:
 
Assistant Professor
Graduate Advisor in Food Science Program
(302) 857-6448