While completing a graduate degree in food science with an emphasis in sensory science, students will:
- Take classes in sensory science and related disciplines
- Gain hands-on training in sensory science
- Conduct independent sensory research
- Work on sensory projects for food and consumer product industries
- Become eligible for internships and scholarships in sensory science
Graduate students receive a monthly stipend and tuition and are also eligible to receive additional fellowships and/or scholarships.
For additional information, visit our research page. If you are interested in becoming a graduate student in our lab, contact Dr. Juyun Lim.
Talented undergraduates have the opportunity to participate in both basic and applied sensory research projects. Undergraduates working in the Center for Sensory & Consumer Behavior Research are also eligible to receive the following scholarships/ funding:
- McDaniel Sensory Scholarship
- OSU Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship & Creativity (URISC) Scholarship
- Research based funding