» MBA/MS in Food Science

Offered in conjunction with the Schmid College of Science and Technology students may complete an MBA and MS in Food Science simultaneously. The program is designed for students who currently work or intend to move into the food manufacturing and/or food production industries. The dual degree gives a food scientist the competitive advantage required to advance up the corporate chain of command and into management-level opportunities.

Offered in both full-time and part-time formats, students interested in this program must submit an application and meet the admissions requirements for both the Professional MBA and the MS in Food Science program. Students will fill out only one financial aid application. Scholarships and grants are offered separately from each school.

Please visit the Schmid College of Science and Technology for more information about the MS in Food Science. 

+ - Application Requirements

  • Submit the online application at Apply Now
  • Resume
  • Statement of Intent
  • GRE official score report 
  • Official transcripts from undergraduate degree granting institution 
    • Send electronically to admtranscript@chapman.edu
    • Send via mail to:
      Chapman University
      Office of Graduate Admissions
      One University Drive
      Orange, CA 92866
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • International applicants must also submit the following:

Candidates must also meet application requirements for the MS in Food Science program. 

+ - Course Information

Students must complete 65 total credits, as opposed to 80 credits if the degrees are completed separately. For more information, please visit the university's Course Catalog

Sample Food Science courses may include:

Government Regulation of Foods
Food Industry Study Tour
Current Topics in Food Science and Nutrition 
Management and Marketing Fundamentals for Food Scientists
Food Product Development

+ - Tuition

For more information, please visit Tuition and Fees

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Application Deadlines

Early action deadline: April 1
Regular deadline: June 1

Applications received after the final deadline are considered on a space available basis.