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Become an effective leader in the burgeoning food industry.
The Australian food sector has developed an enviable reputation in growing and manufacturing quality food products that are sought after globally. To uphold this position, it is vital to maintain and sustain a highly-qualified workforce.
With advanced technical expertise and research skills, graduates are fully-equipped to participate in the rapidly advancing field of food science and technology and apply their expertise in inter-disciplinary contexts.
An Australian bachelor degree (or overseas equivalent) in science, engineering, agriculture, nutrition, veterinary science, medical or biomedical sciences with a GPA of at least 2.0 out of 4.0
at least the equivalent of 12 RMIT credit points (0.125 EFTSL) in Chemistry or Biochemistry studied at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
at least the equivalent of 12 RMIT credit points (0.125 EFTSL) in Nutrition or Microbiology studied at undergraduate or postgraduate level.
International qualifications are assessed for comparability to Australian qualifications according to the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF).