How to Select a Wine School
Most schools offer interdisciplinary bachelor's degrees in their Food Science, Plant Science, Horticulture or Agriculture departments with an emphasis on enology or viticulture. There is only one university in the United States that offers a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in the wine business.
Consider the following when looking for wine schools:
- The first thing students must do when selecting a wine school is to determine personal career and education goals.
- The region and location of the school will dictate the type of grape and wine that students will primarily work with.
- Also consider whether the school has the proper growing and winemaking facilities to provide the most up-to-date technological information.
10 Schools with Wine Programs
|University of California - Davis||4-year, Public|
|University of Missouri||4-year, Public|
|Washington State University||4-year, Public|
|California State University - Fresno||4-year, Public|
|Oregon State University||4-year, Public|
|Cornell University||4-year, Private|
|Sonoma State University||4-year, Public|
|Boston University Metropolitan College||4-year, Private|
|San Diego State University||4-year, Public|
|Chemeketa Community College||2-year, Public|