The packaging science minor offers courses covering a broad range of packaging activities, including development/design, testing, marketing, and production. Related legal, economic, and environmental/sustainability concerns are also addressed. Students from majors such as engineering, engineering technology, multidisciplinary studies, management, marketing, international business, industrial design, and print media could all benefit from the packaging science minor.
|Choose three of the following:|
|PACK-471||Packaging Supply Chain|
|PACK-530||Packaging Sustainability and the Environment|
|PACK-535||Characterization and Evaluation of Polymer Packaging|
|PACK-546||Pharmaceutical and Medical Packaging|
|PACK-547||Pharmaceutical and Medical Packaging Lab|
Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only
Effective fall 2013, RIT converted its academic calendar from quarters to semesters. The following content has been made available as reference only. Currently matriculated students who began their academic programs in quarters should consult their academic adviser for guidance and course selection.
Students from outside the packaging science program, particularly those in engineering technology programs, multidisciplinary studies, management, marketing, international business, engineering programs, and School of Print Media programs could all benefit from the packaging science minor. It offers courses covering every aspect of packaging, including development/design, testing, marketing, and production. Related legal, economic, and environmental concerns are also addressed.
0607-502 Packaging Materials
0607-503 Packaging Container Systems
0607-504 Concept to Consumer
Electives—Choose two of the following:†
0607-431 Packaging Production Systems
0607-462 Packaging Regulations
0607-485 Principles of Shock and Vibration
0607-520 Packaging Management
0607-524 Packaging Economics
0607-530 Packaging and the Environment
0607-531 Packaging Process Control
0607-536 Medical Products Packaging
0607-555 Export Packaging
0607-568 Food Preservation and Packaging
0607-570 Point-of-Purchase Display
* These are courses developed for non-packaging majors and also are used as bridge courses for the packaging graduate program. A student who completes these courses may take the upper-level packaging electives within the packaging science program.
† These are upper-level elective courses in the packaging science program.