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Master of Forest Ecosystem Science

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  • Objectives
    * Enable you to explore the inter-disciplinary nature of agriculture, food production and food science at an advanced level. * Provide you with a sound foundation in food chemistry, microbiology, quality and processing. * Introduce you to advanced research topics and the practical application of these topics within food science. * Develop competence in the design, conduct and analysis of experimental work. * Develop research skills in an aspect of food science and related technologies. * Introduce industrial applications of food science and technology and the commercial outcomes. * Increase the understanding of the specialised disciplines of food science, emerging technologies and the relevance of this to the future food industry. * Develop a critical understanding of the economic, social and ethical factors related to food production in Australia and globally.
  • Practical experience
    There is an internship component associated with this program.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Forest Ecosystem Science
  • Course description
    Subjects

        * 208-721 Agribusiness Management Economics
        * 208-744 Cereal, Legume & Oilseed Technology
        * 208-741 Chemistry and Microbiology of Food
        * 208-750 Current Issues in Dairy Science
        * Emerging Issues in Land Resources
        * 208-722 Financial Management for Agribusiness
        * 208-747 Food Biotechnology
        * 208-742 Food Processing
        * 208-743 Food Safety and Quality
        * 208-745 Fruit & Vegetable Technology
        * Global Environments and Sustainability
        * 208-723 Human Resource Management
        * 208-724 Managing Markets
        * 208-728 Managing Risk
        * 208-746 Meat and Smallgoods Technology
        * Research Philosophies & Statistics
        * Research Project

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