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The program helps you develop practical hands-on skills in a pilot plant setting that simulates industrial production.
Year 1 and 2
In the three semesters, all students share basic science courses such as Chemistry, Microbiology and Mathematics, as well as courses that introduce you to the food industry and nutrition.
In the second half of Year 2, streaming into major areas begins. You’ll develop food technology and nutrition skills through courses that cover nutrition, health and how these are affected by processing.
Advanced science courses provide a thorough background in one of two streams. These are conducted in modern laboratories and a pilot plant facility that reflect industry environments.
In the food technology stream you will learn how to develop and manage the production of safe, healthy, nutritious and convenient foods that meet consumer expectations.
The nutrition stream helps you learn to improve the nutritional quality of our manufactured food supply, creating safe and nutritious foods that taste good and have a balanced nutritional profile.
You'll also have the opportunity to develop different products in a pilot plant setting. Industry visits also provide context to your studies.
Two university electives will give you the opportunity to broaden your interests or pursue courses that may be useful adjuncts to the program.
Plans are variations offered for a program such as specialisations, modes of delivery or location. Browse a plan to see the courses our students are currently studying.
Bachelor of Science (Food Technology and Nutrition)
3 years full time
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