The craft brewing industry is in need of employees with strong science, technology and management skills to meet the growing consumer demand for unique craft beers.

Developed in partnership with brewing and fermentation experts, this program has been designed to meet current and future industry demands.

U.S. Craft Brewers' Growth
(Brewers Association, 2015)

Brewing beer has changed right in front of my eyes. It is a great business to be in right now, the passion is second to none, the complexities, challenges, and varieties keep the brewer striving for the perfect beer; it is an endless game. The key is to have quality, purity and cleanliness, and above all, enjoy what you’re doing.

John Callahan, PA brewing manager, Yuengling Brewery

The professional brewer's toolkit requires mathematical and analytical science skills to assure commercial success. An associate of science in brewing and fermentation is an appropriate entry into the world of brewing and the start of experiential, hands-on continuation of professional growth in technical brewing.

Jaime Jurado, director of brewing operations, Abita Brewing Company

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