The Culinology® program will be administered by combing courses that are offered in Culinary arts at Mississippi University for Women and courses that are offered in Food Science at Mississippi State University. Culinology® is an approach to food that blends culinary arts and food technology. Through the blending of these two disciplines, culinology seeks to make food taste better – whether purchased in a supermarket or eaten in a restaurant. Culinology® also seeks to make food more consistent and safer. A primary application of culinology is to logically translate sophisticated food concepts, such as those applied in fine dining or in a traditional ethnic cuisine, to items that are on the menus of chain restaurants or those processed for retail sale. As such chain-menu or retail product development is only possible through the astute combination of culinary arts and food science and technology.
The following is only one source of information regarding a student’s program of study for a B.S. in Culinology®. Note: Some courses required in the major will also fulfill requirements for the General Education Curriculum. Students should always meet with a faculty advisor for information on course scheduling, rotation, and selection and for planning an effective and efficient program of study. In addition to the General Education Curriculum, the student must successfully complete the following:
General Education Curriculum
Written and Oral Communication (9 hours required, minimum grade of C)
Choose at least eight (8) semester hours from Food Science (FNH) and Culinary Arts (CA) electives with at least three (3) semester hours from FNH and business electives listed below and at least three (3) semester hours from CA courses.