Milling Science and Management

cthyfault"What I like the most about majoring in milling science is the classroom experience. Small class sizes and hands-on activities provide a great environment and help milling students get to know each another. I’m learning about equipment I will use in the field as well as techniques and practices that will help me in my career."

Cory Thyfault
Hays, Kansas

Milling science graduates have a lot to offer. The curriculum gives students a broad, comprehensive university education that prepares them to make complicated management decisions required in the milling and allied industries. Graduates find stable employment, high salaries, and opportunities for rapid career advancement.

Possible careers
Miller, mill engineer, production manager, production trainee, quality control specialist, commodity trader, system designer.

Options

Operations and Chemistry
Students majoring in milling science have two options: operations and chemistry. Those who select operations are exposed to high technology milling courses to prepare them to manage such operations. The chemistry option emphasizes biochemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, and chemical analysis courses that prepare graduates to assume research positions.

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Further Information

The classes you are required to take for a Milling Science degree are outlined in the complete curriculum guide.

Milling Science Curriculum Guide