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Graduate Certificate:
Brewing Science & Operations

Course Requirements

he Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, and Hospitality Management is offering an exciting new graduate study option leading to a Graduate Certificate in Brewing Science and Operations. This program is designed to prepare candidates for entry into the malting, brewing and/or distilling industries. The program offers an array of courses with emphasis in biology, microbiology, chemistry, brewing science, agronomy, facilities and operations and business planning.

The program is delivered entirely via distance education and will marry traditional educational approaches with real world application leading to a state of the art interactive learning experience. To this end the program has partnered with Oskar Blues Brewing of Longmont, Colorado and the Alabama Brewing Industry to showcase best practice in all elements of brewing, brewery operations and business planning. Upon successful completion of the program, Auburn students will be eligible to sit for the Institute of Brewing and Distilling's (IBD) General Certificate / Diploma of Brewing examinations. The IBD have reviewed the program proposal and developed a memorandum of understanding that clarifies this fact.

For additional information please address all inquiries to:

Martin O'Neill, PhD
Program Director
Nutrition, Dietetics and Hospitality Management
328 Spidle Hall
Auburn University
Auburn, Al 36849
O: 334 844 3264
E: moneill@auburn.edu