Bioproducts are developed to be renewable and environmentally sustainable. Bioproducts Marketing and Management is an interdisciplinary major combining coursework in science, technology and business — all related to the manufacturing and use of materials, products, and energy derived from renewable resources. This major provides students with a business perspective to address society's changing demand for these resources.
CFANS students choose from two options:
Bioproducts Marketing and Management: This specialization combines technical courses in CFANS with business management courses from the U of M's Carlson School of Management. You'll learn about bioproduct industries through the lens of science, communications, and business. Graduates are well-grounded in general business principals, and stand out because of their background in sustainability and technical product lines.
Residential Building Science and Technology: This specialization combines coursework in science, engineering, and technology. The program focuses on the design, construction and operation of highly-efficient, long-lasting and healthier homes, with an emphasis on sustainability, energy efficiency, and renewable materials. Coursework addresses housing policy and design, architecture, building materials, construction methods, building logistics, and more.
For more information about these undergraduate programs, see the department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering website.
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