Food Manufacturing and Processing Technician
Oak Creek Campus
Gaining skills related to chemical laboratory and manufacturing processes, students prepare for careers in the design and operation of food and beverage production facilities. Courses focus on food safety and quality assurance, the manufacturing process, plus skills needed to succeed in a business environment.
Career Outlook: Population growth, international trade and consumer preference for convenience foods will maintain demand for employees in this field. The Milwaukee region is on the forefront of food-ingredient manufacturing, organic production and probiotics, providing strong career opportunities.
Added Career Value: After earning this diploma, the credits can be applied toward completing the Food Science Technology degree program.
Program Code: 31-623-1
Start Dates: August/January
Special Admission Requirements: High school-level algebra, geometry or physics; high school-level biology or chemistry.
Detailed Program Information:
Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Course Requirements