TWU's Master of Science in Food Science and Flavor Chemistry prepares you for a career as a flavor chemist.
Over the course of the required 30 semester credit hours, you will take classes in food and flavor chemistry, sensory evaluation, and food analysis. You may also declare a minor with this program. A thesis is required.
This program is offered at TWU's Denton campus.
Defined by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's 60x30 Strategic Plan as, "Those skills valued by employers that can be applied in a variety of work settings, including interpersonal, cognitive, and applied skills areas. These skills can be either primary or complementary to a major and are acquired by students through education, including curricular, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities."
- Understanding of experimental methods used to expand knowledge.
- Apply knowledge in the development of written and verbal communications.
- Apply techniques of food analysis and food chemistry to different foods.
- Interpret flavor chemistry and food science research findings and literature to formulate reports at the operations level of a food industry manager.
- Work as a part of a research team.
- Work in team presentations.
- The ability to give or follow instructions to and from others.
All students must meet the University requirements as outlined in the Admission to the TWU Graduate School section of the catalog.
This academic program may have additional admission criteria that must also be completed as outlined on the program's website.
Total Semester Credit Hours Required
30 semester credit hours (SCH).
|NFS 5003||Food Chemistry||3|
|NFS 5013||Sensory Evaluation of Foods||3|
|NFS 5023||Food Analysis||3|
|NFS 5321||Seminar in Food Science||1|
|NFS 5903||Special Topics (Flavor Chemistry)||3|
|NFS 5963||Research in Nutrition and Food Sciences||3|
|Graduate level Statistics or Research Design||3|
|NFS Electives and Additional Coursework||5|
|Coursework to be selected from additional courses above, other NFS program areas, coursework from another department, or coursework transferred from another institution with approval of the advisory committee.|