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Designed for students who wish to advance their knowledge of equine management practices or find basic employment within the equine industry, those who pursue the minor will gain knowledge in the areas of reproduction, nutrition, health, training methods and design of facilities and economy of the industry. Students will also have the opportunity to field trips and hands-on experience.

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Food Service Production

The minor in foodservice production is designed to provide students educational opportunities in the areas of hospitality and/or foodservice management and/or food production management. Emphasis is given to those courses that provide expanded knowledge on management, food production, and food safety. Students must obtain a 75% or higher on the ServSafe® Food Safety and Alcohol examinations offered in in order to obtain the minor.

FSP Minor Checklist

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Food Science and Technology

This minor is for students interested in pursuing careers in the food industry. Students will gain knowledge of food processing, engineering, chemistry, microbiology and marketing. The minor will broaden career opportunities in the areas of food safety and quality assurance, food science and technology, food engineering, sensory evaluation, new food marketing research, food development, technical sales and marketing, and state or federal food inspection.

FST Minor Checklist

Interested in something else? See the complete list of Davis College minors.