The Washington State University General Catalog

Food Science

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Food Science

A minor in Food Science requires 16 semester credits including FS 110 or 201, and 220. Additional credits may be selected from FS 303*/302L, 350, 401, 405, 416*, 417, 429, 430, 433*/432L, 460, 461, 465, 466, 470, 489, or other courses upon departmental approval. Nine credits of upper-division course work must be taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses. No courses applied to the minor may be taken pass/fail. 


* Taught on the University of Idaho (UI) campus as a UI Cooperative course.  Apply through the Non-degree Cooperative program to enroll in UI courses.  These courses are processed as transfer credit, so will not count towards the nine credits in residence.

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