The Bachelor of Science in Food Science at Washington State University is a 4-year comprehensive program that provides students with a comprehensive education in the field of food science. The program features a multidisciplinary curriculum that covers topics such as nutrition, food chemistry, food safety, sensory analysis, and food processing. Students will be exposed to various techniques and technologies used in the industry and will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through laboratory-based courses and research projects. The program is unique in its emphasis on sustainability and nutrition, allowing students to develop an understanding of how food production impacts the environment and society as a whole. Graduates from this program are well-prepared for careers in industry or research labs related to food production, safety, quality control, or sensory analysis. With an increasing demand for food science professionals and a wide range of job opportunities in the field, this program provides students with excellent career prospects and potential to make meaningful contributions towards improving human health outcomes worldwide.