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MS in Agriculture: Food Science and Management Plan

MS in Agriculture: Food Science and Management Plan

Washington State University offers a MS in Agriculture with a specialized plan in Food Science and Management. This innovative program combines WSU’s world-renowned food-science graduate program with courses in executive management and law.

Courses range from statistics to toxicology, from organizational management to microbiology to leadership. The combination means you will be uniquely qualified to meet the increasing demand for managers who understand both research and economics.

The program is directed by Dr. Barbara Rasco, who is an internationally recognized food scientist/engineer and fellow with the Institute of Food Technologists. She is also an attorney with expertise in food law and regulatory compliance.

Dr. Rasco has years of industrial experience in research, manufacturing and quality control and has provided technical and legal assistance to dozens of corporations in 37 countries. She has advised governments on food regulations, policy and regulatory compliance.

Why WSU?

Expertise. Washington State University has a rich history of excellence in agricultural education. Our scientists and graduates have literally changed the world by improving the food supply. See the MSAG website to learn more.

Accreditation. WSU is fully accredited.

Quality. The same professors who teach on campus develop and teach the online version of their courses.

Reputation. You will have the same diploma as an on-campus student—a diploma backed by a century-long reputation for excellence.

Pride. As a WSU graduate, you will be welcomed into the proud network of Coug alumni, a group that spans the globe and includes many top industry leaders.

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PO Box 645220
Washington State University
Pullman WA 99164-5220

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