Best Food Science Technology Colleges in Wisconsin

College Factual's 2017 Food Science Technology Rankings Guide for Wisconsin

With only 42 graduates a year and 1 degree programs, food science technology attracts a small number of students in Wisconsin.

The average price of a food science technology degree nationally is $145,449.

food science technology graduates have a starting salary of about $42,301 and a mid-career salary of around $76,619.  Check out the best food science technology schools in the state.

What are the Top Food Science Technology Programs in Wisconsin?

Next you'll find the very best colleges in Wisconsin for studying food science technology. Our ranking methodology includes only the colleges in the state and ranks them based on factors like graduate salaries, accreditation, educational quality, and more.

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Any student pursuing a degree in Food Science Technology has to take a look at University of Wisconsin - Madison. In addition to its bachelor's programs, University of Wisconsin - Madison offers graduate degrees in Food Science Tech. Want a sizable student body? This college has over 20,000 students on campus.

Since the average SAT score of this school's applicants is around 1,290, admissions officers can afford to be pretty selective.Given that 12.5% of Wisconsin's student population originates from outside the United States, you are going to have plenty of chances to befriend undergraduates from all over the world. For details, check out the college scorecard.

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