Equip yourself with the technical, engineering, food, economic, regulatory and business knowledge required for innovation in the food process engineering field.
Using engineering principles, food process engineers develop, analyse and optimise operations, assisting in new product development and helping to improve food processing, nutrition composition, preservation and packaging.
With technical, regulatory, ethical and business knowledge, graduates of the Master of Engineering Studies in Food Process Engineering are well equipped to pursue careers in the food industry, where their work can help to improve profit margins and increase market share.
Graduates can pursue careers not only in the food industry, but in universities and regulatory agencies. The completion of the 'Research masters' programme can also lead to further studies for a PhD.
The Food Process Engineering specialisation is offered as either a research masters (two courses plus a research portfolio), or a taught masters (four courses plus a research project).