Center for Food and Hospitality Management

Drexel University's Center for Food and Hospitality Management offers programs designed to address the critical scientific, social and business issues surrounding the food industry. The programs emphasize both academic and career development for an innovative study of the art, science and business of the food.

One of the most distinct qualities of all of our programs is the way we uniquely and individually work to connect each student to their ideal career. Through supportive and connected faculty, graduate level co-op and thesis opportunities, the most relevant guest lecturers, and partnerships with key regional and national employers, our programs build an industry-relevant resume and a strong network before graduation.

Programs are taught by accomplished faculty with experience in all areas of the food industry. Coursework is offered in the science of food to include food chemistry, sensory and food microbiology and the culinary arts to include baking, beverage, gastronomy, food policy, sustainability and more. The programs are intended for students who plan to pursue careers as food scientists, as research chefs, in product development, quality assurance, food marketing, for food related non-profit sector, in academia and beyond.

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