FDSCTE 5600 Describe the sources and compositions of food components. Develop a relationship between the composition of the individual food components and their chemical and physical properties. Understanding the chemistry of food components during proces ...
FDSCTE 5610 Chemical, physical and functional properties of foods and effects of processing on those constituents using an array of chemical, biochemical and instrumental technologies in accordance with current food industry and regulatory agency practice ...
Food Product Development
FDSCTE 5720 Development of a new food product including generation of concepts, consumer panel testing, development of prototypes, process optimization and consumer testing. Prereq: 2400, and Sr standing, or Grad standing. Not open to students with credit ...
Global Health and Environmental Microbiology
FDSCTE 6320 Fundamentals and emerging issues of health significant microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, protozoa) from water, air, soil and food, and their sources, transmission routes, treatments, detection methods and study tools. Prereq: Not open to stud ...
Advanced Food Process Design
FDSCTE 7430 An integration of quantitative parameters describing changes in the quality attributes of foods with quantification of the physical changes occurring between the time of raw material harvest or assembly and the point of food consumption. Model ...
Water Contamination: Sources and Health Impact
FDSCTE 7360 Understanding the sources, the transport mechanisms and the fate of microbial and chemical contaminants, their exposure risks, tracking methods, linking to other environmental matrices and their public health impacts. Cross-listed in PubHlth 7 ...
Measurement of Food Perception and Liking
FDSCTE 5500 Explores the principles and procedures for accurately assessing the sensory and hedonic properties of foods and consumer products. Appropriate test design, statistical analyses and data interpretation will be discussed and the physiological an ...
Applied Food Product Development
FDSCTE 5721 A problem-based interdisciplinary capstone learning experience designed to enhance career skills (critical thinking, decision making, team work, communication, etc.) in the context of industry's approach to developing new and improved foo ...
CFAES Exploring Diversity trip to Cincinnati, OH
The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will cover admission to the National Underground Freedom center and transportation for CFAES affiliated students, staff, and faculty to attend this trip. If you plan to attend, please register online by March ...
Cru Bible Study
ATI Cru Bible Study Mondays at 8:00 pm in the Housing Meeting room. For details, email Leslie at firstname.lastname@example.org ...