The Viticulture and Enology Certificate, offered by the Department of Horticultural Sciences, contains 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.
|Code ||Title ||Semester Credit Hours |
|CHEM 222||Elements of Organic and Biological Chemistry||3|
|FSTC 487/ANSC 487||Sensory Evaluation of Foods||3|
|HORT 416||Understanding Wine: From Vines to Wines and Beyond||3|
|or HORT 420|| or Concepts of Wine Production|| |
|HORT 419||Viticulture and Small Fruit Culture||3|
|or HORT 319|| or Fruit and Nut Production|| |
|Total Semester Credit Hours||15|
Applicants must be currently enrolled in a 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 Viticulture and Enology program application.