Foods and nutrition in business graduates provide a critical interface between industry and the consumer. Students take courses in management and agricultural economics, which emphasize marketing and sales in the food industry and develop critical thinking ability and a broad perspective in sales, marketing, nutrition, food science, food engineering, food regulation, supervision, and communication.
Points of Pride
- Strengths in foods and nutrition are complemented by an emphasis in communication, science, business, and management.
- Students within the College of Health and Human Sciences can enhance their educational experience through participation in academic organizations such as the F&N Society.