Online Graduate Programs

Master of Food Technology

This non-thesis online degree program is offered by the Department of Food Science and Technology and accommodates working professionals with or without a formal degree in food science.

  • Offers instruction in core areas of food technology:
    • Chemistry
    • Microbiology
    • Packaging
    • Processing
    • Ingredients
    • Policy
  • Developed for students with or without formal education in food science, but have a degree in related sciences.
  • Formal research project is not a requirement.

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Master of Agricultural and Environmental Education

This degree, formerly known as the Masters of Agricultural Leadership, is offered through the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication. It was developed for traditional and non-traditional scholars interested in fields of education, communication and leadership.

  • Program focus is in areas such as:
    • Advanced educational methods
    • Program planning and evaluation
    • Research methods
    • Grant seeking strategies
    • Crisis communication
    • Organizational development
    • Current agricultural and environmental issues
    • Leadership Skills (conflict resolution, cooperation, negotiation, etc.)
  • Students complete an approved program of 36 hours.
  • Thesis and non-thesis options available.

For more information, please contact Dr. Alexa Lamm, graduate coordinator, at or 706-542-8828.

Master of Agricultural and Environmental Education Program Contact

James C. Anderson, II Associate Professor
Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication