Feed Milling (Minor)
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The Minor in Feed Milling is designed to provide a foundation in animal feed milling technology. The objectives of the minor are for the student to: acquire an understanding of the functions of a modern feed mill; to learn procedures to assist in operating a feed mill; and to apply academic skills to the challenges of operating a manufacturing facility.
Students interested in this minor can contact the following Coordinator of Advising:
Dr. Adam Fahrenholz, 234C Scott Hall
The application for the minor is available in 212/213 Scott Hall (Poultry Science).
Certification for Minor in Feed Milling must be submitted to Dr. Adam Fahrenholz, 234C Scott Hall, no later than the registration period for the student’s final semester at NC State. The minor must be completed no later than the semester in which the student expects to graduate from his or her degree program.
Dr. Adam Fahrenholz
234C Scott Hall
SIS code: 11FEM
A minimum of 15 credit hours from the prescribed list of courses and a grade of ‘C-‘ or better in these courses is required to receive the Minor in Feed Milling. An overall GPA of 2.0 is required to pursue and graduate from the minor.
|Poultry Science and Production|
or ANS 150
|Introduction to Animal Science|
|Feed Manufacturing Technology|
|Feed Mill Operations and Leadership|
|Feed Quality Assurance & Formulation|
|Feed Mill Learning Experience|
|Elective Courses 1||3|
|Shop Processes and Management|
|Introduction to Biological and Agricultural Engineering Methods|
|Processing Agricultural Products|
|Agricultural and Environmental Safety and Health|
|Food Safety Management Systems|
|Personal Leadership Development in Agriculture and Life Sciences|
|Developing Team Leadership in Agriculture and Life Sciences|
|Southern Row Crop Production - Cotton, Peanuts, and Tobacco|
|Southern Row Crop Production - Corn, Small Grains and Soybeans|
Students need enough credits from the elective list below to make at least 15 total credits for the minor.