Through completion of the brewing minor, students will gain a well-rounded knowledge of the brewing industry to complement their major field of study. This series of courses will encompass all aspects of beer brewing from agricultural production of raw ingredients to quality control and distribution of the final product. Undergraduates in any major field of study may minor in brewing.
Brewing is unique in that it requires a balanced knowledge of math, science, engineering, and business as well as an understanding of how and why the product plays an important role in society and culture. With this minor, you will learn how to integrate various fields of study together, a skill which can be applied to any career. You will also gain specific skills and knowledge for a fast growing industry.
- Complete 5 Courses with a minimum of 20 credits from the courses listed below, with a grade of C- or better.
- No more than 8 credits used to satisfy major requirements may be used for the minor.
- Pass/Fail courses may not be used for the minor.
|SAFS 415||Introduction to Brewing Art and Science||4|
|SAFS 515||Technical Brewing||4|
|SAFS 517||Advanced Aspects of Brewing||4|
|Elective in Business/Finance: Choose one:||4|
|Survey of Accounting|
|Agribusiness Economics and Management|
|Survey of Marketing|
|Elective in Food/Culture: Choose one:||4|
|Introduction to Food Management|
|Introduction to Food and Service Management|
|International Wine and Beverage|
|Foreign Cultures 2|
|Food Science: Principle and Practice|
MGT 598 Topics: Thinking like an Entrepreneur - fulfills this elective requirement. Not offered every year.
HIST 425 Foreign Cultures: Beer in World History