Dual Degree: Master of Science in Food Systems Administration and Executive M.B.A.

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This degree provides students with the management and business skills needed to qualify for food system administrative positions in healthcare facilities, schools, and other institutions and business organizations.

Total Semester Credit Hours Required

54 semester credit hours

Dual Degree: Master of Science in Food Systems Administration and Executive Master of Business Administration Program of Study (54 semester credit hours)

Food Systems Administration Courses (15 SCH)
NFS 5733Productivity and Quality Improvement for Foodservice Systems3
NFS 5753Foodservice Facility Design and Management3
NFS 5763Food Safety/Foodborne Illness3
NFS 5773Organization and Management for Foodservice Systems3
NFS 5793Management Information Systems for Food Systems Administration3
Business Courses (15 SCH)
BUS 5133Marketing Management3
BUS 5433Managerial Accounting3
BUS 5243Administrative Managerial Finance3
BUS 5663Managerial Decision Making3
BUS 5453Business Leadership3
Research Design or Statistics Course (3 SCH)
Select three semester credit hours from the following:3
Research Methods in Business
Statistical Methods I
Human Resources Course (3 SCH)
Select three semester credit hours from the following:3
Human Resource Management in Nutritional Care Systems
Human Resource Administration
Seminar Courses (2 SCH)
Select two semester credit hours from the following:2
Seminar in Food Systems Administration
Seminar in Nutrition
Seminar in Food Science
Electives (16 SCH)
Take 16 semester credit hours of electives from NFS or BUS16
Total Semester Credit Hours54