Master of Science in Food Systems Administration
(This program is not currently accepting new students.)
The M.S. in Food Systems Administration is designed to prepare students who receive this degree for management careers in foodservice/nutrition departments of hospitals, schools, universities and other institutions. The program uses a hybrid format. Course delivery is predominantly online (offered from Denton and Houston), but several courses require 3 face-to-face sessions. For additional information visit the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences website.
Total Semester Credit Hours Required
36 semester credit hours
A minimum of 9 graduate credit hours in an area of emphasis can be achieved within the total number of program hours or by taking additional coursework. If a minor is declared, a faculty member in that minor area of study must serve on the academic committee.
Masters of Science in Food System Administration Program of Study (36 semester credit hours)
|NFS 5773||Organization and Management for Foodservice Systems||3|
|NFS 5713||Human Resource Management in Nutritional Care Systems||3|
|NFS 5763||Food Safety/Foodborne Illness||3|
|NFS 5733||Productivity and Quality Improvement for Foodservice Systems||3|
|NFS 5743||Cost Analysis for Foodservice Systems||3|
|NFS 5753||Foodservice Facility Design and Management||3|
|NFS 5793||Management Information Systems for Food Systems Administration||3|
|NFS 5721||Seminar in Food Systems Administration||1|
|Graduate Statistics Course||3|
Additional coursework to be selected from other NFS program areas (Nutrition or Food Science), coursework from another department (e.g., Business), or coursework transferred from another institution (up to 3 hours) with approval of the advisory committee.
A maximum of 6 credit hours for TWU internship experience, independent study, or cooperative education is permitted.