Enology - Certificate

The Enology Certificate, offered by the Department of Horticultural Sciences, contains 15 hours of concentrated study in the areas of viticulture, pre- and post-fermentation wine making processes, wine etiquette, and sensory evaluation.  The certificate is designed to provide a knowledge base to those individuals who have an interest in pursuing a career that involves the wine industry.

HORT 416Understanding Wine: From Vines to Wines and Beyond3
or HORT 420   or Concepts of Wine Production 
HORT 419Viticulture and Small Fruit Culture3
or HORT 319   or Fruit and Nut Production 
HORT 421Enology3
CHEM 222Elements of Organic and Biological Chemistry3
FSTC 487/ANSC 487Sensory Evaluation of Foods3
or ANSC 487/FSTC 487   or Sensory Evaluation of Foods 
Total Semester Credit Hours15

Applicants must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at Texas A&M University and, if required, have permission from their departmental advisor to apply for the program.

Any major at Texas A&M University can apply.

An overall Texas A&M University GPA of 2.0 or higher is required for acceptance into the program.

Must complete Certificate in Enology program application.