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Food science focuses on the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of food along the production chain, from its production on a farm to being eaten.
This course first covers the basic sciences, before focusing on the food sciences (food chemistry, microbiology and nutrition) and related disciplines, including biochemistry, biostatistics and process engineering principles. There is a six-month paid work placement in industry at the end of the third year examinations.
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Graduate will have combined skills in chemistry, microbiology, nutrition, engineering and business, and is well qualified to work in many areas of the food industry, for example, product development, production management and technical sales.
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