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Prepare for a career in the food science, pharmaceutical and brewing industries.
As a fermentation scientist, you could be at the heart of many rapidly growing businesses. This degree incorporates the basics of chemistry and biochemistry, emphasizing quality control and analysis within the fermentation process; including yeast (and other microbes), water chemistry and product analysis. It prepares you to become a valuable employee in industries such as:
Fermented foods and beverages
Edinboro is committed to providing you with a solid foundation in the sciences as well as a practical education that leads to a satisfying career. The Bachelor of Science in Fermentation Science program offers many unique advantages including:
Expert faculty, all with doctoral degrees, who mentor you and assist you in the development of research projects.
Opportunity to participate in American Chemical Society meetings and present at professional seminars.
Onsite field work at a local company, where you can learn real-world best practices.
Launch your career with a degree in Fermentation Science.
Dr. Janet Rogers, Department Chair
219 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16444