Undergraduate Programs

Food Science

Food Science touches the life of every single person for food is essential to life. Food Scientists apply sciences such as biology, chemistry, physics, biotechnology, microbiology, engineering and mathematics to food in order to ensure that the foods eaten are safe and factors such as taste, nutritional value, and shelf life are improved. Food Science is the basis of Food Processing which is the largest industry in the United States employing more than 2 million people and with a presence in every state and offering a wide variety of employment opportunities. Food Scientists may find...

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Entomology
Tags: Entomology and Structural Pest Control
Biological and Agricultural Systems Engineering
Animal Science
Agronomy
Agribusiness
Forestry and Natural Resources Conservation

The 2 2 joint degree program in Forestry and Natural Resources Conservation implemented in 1992 by the Florida A & M University (FAMU) and the University of Florida operates on a two tier basis.

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Veterinary Technology