Milling Science and Management

(including chemistry, management, and operations)

A degree in milling science and management will give students excellent job opportunities. Graduates may choose positions in production areas such as plant managers, plant engineers, and plant superintendents. Others enter fields like research and development, quality control, and technical sales. Some prefer careers in purchasing, risk management, marketing, sales, and commodities trading.

Related career titles

Commodity trader
Grain elevator manager
Mill operations manager
Milling scientist
New product researcher
Production manager
Quality control specialist

Resources available at the Career Center*

Opportunities in Farming and Agriculture Carrers
Opportunities in Training and Development Careers
VGM Handbook of Business and Management Careers

*Books are available for checkout.

Related milling science and management links

K-State Department of Grain Science and Industry

North American Millers’ Association