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Course content

Overview

This is an advanced course for part-time students who are likely to be employed within the postharvest sector of the industry, such as with the transport and handling of fresh produce. The course will increase the students understanding of the way that fresh produce is handled, transported and stored to maintain quality from grower to consumer.

If you would like to find out more about our postgraduate courses please see here: http://www.writtle.ac.uk/Postgraduate-Courses

Core Modules

* Postharvest Physiology & Pathology
* Logistics & Supply Chain Management
* Postharvest Technology

Optional Modules

In addition a further 20 credits must be obtained from a range of optional modules
* International Crop Production (20 credits)
* Research Methods with Personal Development Planning (20 credits)
* Crop Production (10 credits)
* Packaging innovation (10 credits)
* Controlled Environment Agriculture (10 credits)
* Global Trade (10 credits).

Structure

This part-time course will required attendance of one day each week for two terms to complete the core modules, and a further one day each week in one of the two terms to complete the optional study. At the end of the course students may progress to the Postgraduate Diploma or MSc Postharvest Technology courses.

Typical Applicants

Applicants are likely to be either graduates who are looking to enter the postharvest sector of the industry, or those already employed in the sector and who wish to gain academic recognition for their work.

Visit the Postgraduate Certificate in Postharvest Technology page on the Writtle University College website for more details!

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