Graduate Certificate in Food Safety
The Department of Animal Science offers a Graduate Certificat in Food Safety. The certificate is designed for graduate students interested in food microbiology, HACCP, sanitation, regulatory affairs, and quality control or assurance.
The Graduate Certificate in Food Safety requires 12-credit hours from any of the following courses:
- ANSC/FSTC 657, Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) System
- DASC/FSTC 606, Microbiology of Foods
- ANSC 637, Food Safety: Policy, Regulations, and Issues
- ANSC/FSTC 697, Applied Microbiology for Food of Animal Origin: Processing, Sanitation, and Sanitary Design
- VIBS 615, Food Hygiene
- VIBS 618, Food Toxicology
This program is available to graduate students pursuing any graduate degree at Texas A&M University. Upon completion, students will be prepared to meet the demands of careers in the area of food safety, and formal documentation of completing this program will be placed on the student’s transcript.
Food Safety Teaching Activities
Graduate and undergraduate courses available in food microbiology, HACCP, sanitation, and food safety regulations/policy.
Strong graduate research teaching
- Laboratory experience
- Industry experience
Student exchange programs available