Brewing Option

Bachelor of Science Program in Food Science

Freshman Year                
                 
Fall (units)    Winter (units)   Spring   (units)
General Chemistry CHE2A 5   General Chemistry CHE2B 5   General Chemistry CHE2C        5
Short Calculus MAT16A 3   Short Calculus MAT16B 3   Short Calculus MAT16C       3
GE Course  4   GE Course 4   Applied Statistics 13   4
Open Elective 1-3         Open Elective   1-3
  (13-15)     (12)       13-15
                 
Sophomore Year                
                 
Fall  (units)    Winter (units)   Spring   (units)
Organic Chemistry CHE8A 2   Organic Chemistry CHE8B 4   Biology (Structure) BIS102        3
General Physics PHY7A 4   General Physics PHY7B 4   General Physics PHY7C       4
Intro to Biology BIS2A 5   Nutrition NUT10 3   Intro MIC lab 103L   2
Food Preservation FST50 3   Intro MIC 102 3   GE   4
  (14)     (14)       (13)
                 
Junior Year                
                 
Fall  (units)    Winter (units)   Spring   (units)
Food Composition FST100A 4   Food Properties  FST100B 4   Food Micro Lab FST 104L   4
Food Comp. Lab    FST101A 3   Food Prop. Lab   FST101B    2   RE   3-4
Sensory Exp. Design FST117 4   Sensory Science FST127   4   GE   4
Bioenergetics BIS103   3   Food Micro FST 104 3   GE   3
                 
  (14)     (13)       (14-15)
                 
Senior Year                
                 
Fall  (units)    Winter (units)   Spring   (units)
Food Processing  FST110 4   Food Analysis FST103 4   Intro Enzymology FST123*   4
Food  Proc. Lab   FST110L 2   Public Speaking CMN 1    4   RE   3-4
Malting/Brewing FST 102A* 4   Malting/Brewing FST102B* 4   Senior Seminar FST190   1
RE 3-4   GE 3   UWP 104A/E  
                 
  (13)     (15)       (12-13)

180 units are required for graduation

*Required (RE) restricted electives for Brewing Option; FST 102A, FST102B, and FST 123

Choose an additional 7 units from these course; FST 3, FST 109, FST 115, FST 123L, FST 159, FST 160, VEN 140

32 units of General Education (GE) in the Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences

Open Elective refers to any class in the UC Davis catalog (these may or may not count towards GE or Restricted Elective credit)