Ohio University Offering A Degree In Beer & Wine Making

You know how they say “do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life?” Well, millennials have taken that phrase and run with it, as there is now a major or minor for almost every possible career you can dream of … including making alcohol.
According to reports, wee little Lourdes University in Ohio will begin to offer an undergraduate degree in beer and wine making.
The program, which will begin in August 2019, will feature courses in fermentation, chemistry, nutrition, and accounting. Students will be required to complete three internships, including one through an Irish study abroad program.
Lourdes University officials said that the new undergrad program was developed as a response to growth in the industry, as the number of breweries in the United States increased by over 400% between 2010 and 2016.
According to the Ledger-Enquirer reports that Lourdes University partnered with multiple local breweries, vineyards in California, and distilleries in Galway, Ireland, to support the program.
The new program comes as similar degrees have been developed for the medical and recreational marijuana industry, such as Northern Michigan’s “Medicinal Plant Chemistry” course.
Lourdes University is a private Catholic college located in Sylvania, Ohio, that has about 1,400 students. Established in 1958, the University is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania.

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