College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
Metropolitan Food & Environmental Systems (MFST)
- Minimum GPA of 2.5
- Although math and chemistry are not a barrier to transfer, not having any chemistry or not having completed MATH Quantitative Reasoning requirement by the start of the third year of enrollment are barriers to graduating in a timely manner.
- Completed of or enrollment in MFST 101 (Experiencing Food Systems) is recommended.
- It is recommended that interested students use the contact information below to schedule a meeting with the Director of MFST to discuss prospects for transfer.
Additional Suggested Classes for Transfer:
Students can make progress towards completing the requirements for the MFST major by taking any of the courses listed below:
ACE 100 (Introduction to Applied Microeconomics; Soc Sci)
ACE 251 (The World Food Economy; Non-West, Soc Sci)
ACES 102 (Introduction to Sustainable Food Systems; Life Sciences)
NRES 102 (Introduction to Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences)
CPSC 112 (Introduction to Crop Sciences; Life Sciences) or HORT 100 (Introduction to Horticulture)
CPSC 116 (The Global Food Production Web; Non-West)
ANSC 100 (Introduction to Animal Sciences)
FSHN 120(Contemporary Nutrition; Life Sciences) or FSHN 220 (Principles of Nutrition)
UP 136 (Urban Sustainability; Soc Sci)
UP 205 (Ecology & Environmental Sustainability; Life Sciences)
Please review the College ICT website for the upcoming ICT processing dates and deadlines.
College ICT Website
Megan Dailey, PhD
213 Mumford Hall