The BSc in Nutrition and Food Science, Food Science and Technology Specialization prepares students for careers in the food industry and related government sectors. Program details are available on the Faculty website.
The Specialization meets the guidelines of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT).
All students in the BSc in Nutrition and Food Science, Food Science and Technology Specialization must successfully complete the courses in a common program core, as well as a capstone course.
A student transferring to the Food Science and Technology Specialization must complete at least ★60 (normally the last ★60) while registered in the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Alberta
Program Requirements (★120)
Listed below are courses required to fulfill the program requirements, and a recommended sequence of the courses:
Normally taken in the BSc Nutrition and Food Science General Program.