You will learn through a variety of teaching approaches including, lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops, practical and laboratory sessions, site visits and online materials.
A high proportion of time will be spent in the laboratory and at the Bundoora-based Food Innovation and Research Centre undertaking production trials and development projects.
At our Bundoora campus, you will have access to modern facilities and the latest technologies, enabling you to gain hands-on experience in product development, food safety and quality assurance. Facilities include:
- food pilot plant that simulates industrial production
- product development laboratory
- fully equipped, computerised sensory and consumer testing suite
- food and nutrition research laboratory
- food analysis and characterisation laboratory microbiology laboratory
- temperature controlled rooms
- dry goods storage
- dry and wet preparation areas
The degree culminates in capstone experiences which include work integrated learning activities, where you’ll apply your learning in a workplace context.
Assessment may include tests, quizzes, essays, reports, presentations, projects, practical assignments and exams.