Bachelor of Science (Food Science)

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Bachelor of Science (Food Science)

  • Study mode
    Food Science is taught on campus.
  • Program rating
    The world population is about 8 billion people, and food is a big issue given that is affects every person on the planet. The processed food and beverage industry is also the largest manufacturing sector in Australia, and qualified food scientists ar required to advise and work in this area.
  • Aimed at
    Those interested in the science and composition of food.
  • Employability
    Careers in Food Science include research and product development, food safety and regulation, and quality assurance positions. International bodies also employ food science graduates, such as the Food and Agriculture Organisation and the World Health Organisation. Growth for employment in the area of food and wine scientists is growing.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Food Science)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Food Science
    First year

    Biology of Cells and Organisms     
    Food for a Healthy Planet
    Genetics and the Evolution of Life     
    Introductory Microeconomics

    Second year
    Food Chemistry, Biology and Nutrition     
    Food Microbiology and Food Safety  
    Water for a Sustainable Planet
    Economics of the Environment

    Third year
    Advanced Food Analysis     
    Molecular Biology of Food Microorganisms     
    Trends in Food Science and Nutrition     
    Australia in the World of Wine
    Product Design and Development     
    Ecological Economics

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