Earn your M.S. in Food Science as a working professional

Take the next step in your professional career with a Master of Science (M.S.) in Food Science from Mount Mary University. Designed for working professionals, Mount Mary's coed M.S. in Food Science offers online, blended and on-campus weekend classes so that you can continue working while earning your graduate degree. As a student, you will have access to advanced research tools, including advanced technology and instrumentation, full online access to primary literature, and personal contact with experts currently working in the food industry. If you prefer, you may even conduct the research for your thesis at the site of your current employer.

Learn more about the new M.S. in Food Science on July 18

Food & Beverage Industry Night
Thursday, July 18, 2019 | 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Ewens Center - Caroline Hall
Join us for happy hour as you learn about our exciting new M.S. in Food Science program and connect with Milwaukee area food and beverage industry professionals. Hear about careers in this growing field and meet industry partners who are looking for professionals like you! For prospective graduate students and professionals.

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Why a Mount Mary Master’s Degree in Food Science?

  • Choose between two degree tracks: a) thesis-based, independent research track or b) non-thesis track with a concentration in business or education
  • The option to complete the master’s degree by obtaining 3 stackable professional development certificates that can stand alone or be completed in stages
  • Flexible schedule during the week to participate in on-line lectures
  • Only one on-campus 3-hour block of time each Saturday to complete laboratory activities and class discussions
  • Knowledgeable instructors who are proven leaders and experts in the food industry
  • Small class sizes that provide a student-centered approach
  • Program is open to men and women

Take the Next Step at Mount Mary

News Coverage

Mount Mary's M.S. in Food Science was profiled in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in June 2019. Click here to read the coverage.

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