Future Undergraduate Students
UW-Madison Food Science Undergraduate Program
The Department of Food Science offers studies leading to formal food scientists for food companies and government agencies. Common positions are in research, product development, management and regulatory enforcement.
A B.S. degree in Food Science provides excellent opportunities to secure a rewarding career in a competitive field while making a positive impact on environmental and human wellbeing.
The Department of Food Science faculty, as well as affiliated faculty from other departments, has varied research interests and offers students research and educational programs that encompass the core disciplines of chemistry, microbiology, engineering, and nutrition.
How to Apply
Create an Account with UW-Madison and start your application process! Our application process will walk you through the requirements necessary for you to be eligible for admission.
How to Apply as a Transfer Student
Transfer students are an important part of our department and culture. Our goal is to make the transition as easy as possible.
Tuition is the part of a student’s college expenses that pay for the academic experience and it is one part of the overall cost of attendance at UW-Madison.
International Applicant Financial Information
Our undergraduate programs attract students from around the globe who are interested in Food Science. There is a surplus of grants and scholarship available to our international students.
Our undergraduate students have the opportunity to work with our research labs to gain valuable real-life experiences.
International Student Services
ISS is here to help contribute the success of all international students studying at the University of Wisconsin. They provide resources and programs to advance the community of UW-Madison.
Our students have lots of opportunities for interning and full-time employment with international brands.