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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BVG 4000 - Applied Brewing Operations

Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s): Minimum 90 credit hours completed; BVG 3010; BVG 3350; BVG 3750 and BVG 4350

Description: In this course, students apply the theoretical concepts of brewing, distributing and alcoholic beverage brand management to a practical learning experience. The course includes 45 hours of field experience in a practicum, community volunteer program, or study-abroad setting. Students synthesize related literature and theory to apply artisanal craft and science to the development of a brewing project. Following product design or business management practices, students apply current tenets of management to position a product for market distribution or to examine management control systems. External assessment of student designed beers, packaging and distribution plans are reviewed with industry partners to verify student expertise and mastery of the art and science of beer design, management principles, production, marketing, and distribution.

University Requirement(s): Senior Experience

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