This course offers graduates from food, nutrition or an appropriate science-related subject the opportunity to progress into careers in the important field of food safety. You will focus on food microbiology, inspection and analysis and learn to evaluate a range of food safety management systems in UK and global food control.
During the course you will examine the essential elements involved in the processing, preservation and packaging of food through analytical practical sessions. The course also gives you an understanding of the key areas of food law, regulation and policy, focusing on the enforcement of legislation relating to food.
Features and benefits of the course
-Student membership of the Institute of Food Science and Technology (http://www.ifst.org ). -You will maintain up-to-date knowledge of national and international legislative trends.
About the Course
You will be provided with an in-depth knowledge of emerging issues within the area of food, nutrition and food safety. Throughout the course you will explore and learn to critically evaluate issues raised by the enforcement of regulations and legislation relating to food.
Upon completion of the course you will be able to compare and contrast methods of consumer protection from the UK and EU in relation to the sale, supply and production of food. You will also develop strong industrial links through the Manchester Food Research Centre. As a student of this course you will automatically be enrolled as a student member of the Institute of Food Science and Technology (ifst.org) which will give you access to membership benefits, networking and career development opportunities.
Assignments including critical review articles, presentations, practical experiments and data analysis reports, case studies and an independent dissertation.
Food Safety - MSc
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