Learning Outcomes: Food Science Concentration
Learning outcomes for the degree of Bachelor of Science Major in Food Science & Human Nutrition: Food Science Concentration
All graduates of the University of Illinois Food Science concentration will achieve the following:
- Graduates are A) competent in core food science areas and B) can integrate and apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems and make decisions.Core Food Science Areas include: Food Chemistry and Analysis, Food Safety and Microbiology, Food Processing and Engineering, and Sensory Science. Associated Areas include: Nutrition and Health, Quality Assurance, Food Laws and Regulations
- Graduates possess strong critical thinking and problem solving skills.
- Graduates are proficient communicators.
- Graduates possess impactful professional and leadership skills.
Graduates of our Food Science program: 1) value diversity, 2) are confident in their abilities, 3) volunteer their services to their professional and societal communities, and 4) take professional and ethical responsibility for their actions.