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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Craft Beer Trade Certificate


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College of the Sciences
Craft Brewing Program

Program Director
Jim Johnson, PhD

Program Coordinator
Stacey Ferris

Professors
Roger Beardsley, PE
Jim Johnson, PhD
Wayne Quirk, PhD

Associate Professor
Warren Plugge, PhD

Lecturers
Eric Foss, MS
Cole Provence, MS

The Craft Brewing Certificate is an interdisciplinary certificate program designed to be completed in one academic year sequence. The certificate program provides an overview of the science, technology, and sales/merchandising aspects of the craft beer brewing industry. Topics include principles of malting and brewing, brewing process technology, brewing microbiology, and topics strategy for the craft brewing industry. Students learn about the trade using a variety of approaches including lab work, hands on experiences, lectures, field trips, and industry speakers.

Admission Requirements


Students must be 21 years of age or older to enroll in the program and must apply for acceptance into the program through an application that is separate from the university. The application for the program can be found at www.cwu.edu/sciences/craft-brewing.

Special Requirements


Students will be expected to spend significant time outside the classroom working on assignments and projects. Some sessions may meet on Saturdays. In order to receive the certificate, students must earn a grade of C or above in each of the four courses. If students are conditionally admitted without meeting the pre-requisites, they must fulfill the pre-requisites before being awarded the certificate.

Total Credits: 26


College and Department Information


Craft Brewing Program  
College of the Sciences  

Program Outcomes
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