Academic Specialization

Food Industry Management is a specialization within the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. Students may specialize in Food Industry Management at all levels of degree programs:

They enjoy access to leading-edge theory as well as real-world business, marketing, and management techniques.


  • AEM 2480: Dynamics of the Food & Consumer Packaged Goods Industry
  • AEM 3270: Marketing-Operations Simulation
  • AEM 3440: Consumer Behavior
  • AEM 4400: Retail Strategy
  • AEM 4460: Food Marketing Field Study Course (Food Marketing Fellows only)

Student Opportunities