The Department of Animal Sciences offers the Certificate in Meat Science to undergraduate students majoring in Animal Science. This certificate prepares students for careers that require specialized training in meat processing technology, product quality, microbiology and meat safety or for advanced studies in the field of Meat Science or Food Safety.
Effective Fall 2018
A minimum grade of C (2.000) is required in each course with the traditional grade mode and a Satisfactory for each course with the S/U grade mode.
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
|ANEQ 361||Introduction to Meat Product Evaluation||3|
|ANEQ 450||Processed Meats||3|
|ANEQ 460||Meat Safety||2|
|ANEQ 470||Meat Processing Systems||4|
|Select one course from the following:||1|
|Internship: Animal 1|
|Independent Study 1|
|ANEQ 496||Group Study 1||1|
|Program Total Credits:||14|
Must be related to meat evaluation, meat processing technology, product quality, microbiology, and/or food safety.