Special Course Offerings
In July, K-State Olathe is offering a food science "boot camp" for undergraduate and graduate students living in Greater Kansas City. It consists of food science courses and lab work that are taught in an accelerated format at the K-State Olathe campus.
K-State students earn academic credit that counts toward their degree program, and non-K-State students can have the credit transferred to another university.
Students can enroll in the lecture and the lab independently.
Food science courses available
Both courses can be taken for either undergraduate or graduate credit. These courses also can be taken as electives for other programs that require STEM electives. Students can choose to enroll in both courses or just one course.
|FDSCI 600. Food Microbiology | Section OA-12073|
This course deals with the isolation, identification, enumeration and characterization of bacteria, yeasts, molds and other microbes associated with foods and food processing. Effects of physical and chemical agents on microorganisms will be studied. Microbiological problems in food spoilage, food preservation, food fermentation and foodborne diseases will be discussed.
Prerequisite: BIOL 455 or equivalent
|FDSCI 601. Food Microbiology Lab | Section OA-12074|
Laboratory procedures involving isolation, identification, enumeration and characterization of bacteria, yeasts, molds and other microbes associated with foods and food processing.
Prerequisite: FDSCI 600 or concurrent enrollment
How to enroll
Enrollment starts March 31 and is open through July 2.
|Students already admitted to Kansas State University|
|New graduate students|
|New undergraduate students|
|Undergraduates non-degree seeking/Undergraduates studying at another university|