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You will be introduced to the fundamentals of chemical engineering and food technology through studies in chemistry and mathematics.
In second year, you will focus on chemical engineering studies looking at processes, fluid flow and particle mechanics as well as heat and mass transfer. You will also get an introduction to nutrition and food chemistry.
You’ll gain hands-on experience at the RMIT food pilot plant, which will further develop skills in food technology.
This will be complemented by chemical engineering studies that include analysis of the environmental and community effects of processes.
You will undertake studies in various aspects of food processing, including packaging and non-thermal processing.
Chemical engineering studies will focus on process control, design and economic analysis.
You will consolidate your chemical engineering and food technology skills and apply them to major process design, food product development and research projects. These projects will give you important practical skills and a competitive edge when you graduate.
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Bachelor of Science(Food Technology & Nutrition)/Bachelor of Engineering(Chemical Engineering)(Hons)
5 years full time
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