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Masters degrees in Food & Beverage Production offer advanced study of operations within the food and drink industries, including techniques to produce foodstuffs and analysis of the rate at which they may be produced.
Related subjects include Food & Beverage Science and Food & Beverage Technology. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, such as Food Science or Agricultural Studies.
Courses in this field equip you with the techniques to develop, analyse and optimise operations to improve Food & Beverage processing, nutrition composition, preservation and packaging.
An interdisciplinary approach to learning is offered on most courses, typically including methodologies from disciplines such as Engineering, Business Studies, Biology and Communications.
For example, you may approach issues such as consumer marketing and product development, food security and health and safety, or environmental monitoring and sustainability.
Specialisations may also be available on some courses if you have a specific career in mind. For example, you may specialise in agricultural production, such as organic farming. Alternatively, you might focus on business operations, for careers such as supply chain management.
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Food Engineering aims at developing a new food industry culture and at training master degree-level students who are able to solve problems and to innovate the value chain of the food and beverage industry. . Read more
Understanding food, its components, quality and consumer appeal are the ingredients of Food Science. At the University of Otago, Food Science papers aim to prepare people for creative, challenging, diverse and rewarding food industry careers. Read more
Students studying at Writtle University College will have access to the Research glasshouse, farms and the postharvest unit which undertakes research and trials in conjunction with commercial companies. Read more
Consumer Food Science is the study of what influences our food choices. culture, sensory perception (taste, appearance, smell, texture), food quality, diet, nutrition, lifestyle and marketing influences. Read more
This course is designed to equip you with the skills, knowledge and ability to become a professional food process engineer. The food and drink industry is the biggest manufacturing sector in the UK, larger than the automotive and aerospace sectors combined. Read more
This course provides students with an advanced understanding of the principles, issues and practices of modern international agri-business management. Read more
The MSc in Advanced Food Safety is tailored towards students who aim to, or currently work within the agri-food industry and related sectors, offering a unique qualification in the fields of food safety and security. Read more
Our Food Quality and Innovation MSc will teach you how to apply project management, industrial experimental design, sensory and quality design techniques to food product development - from concept to product launch. Read more
On this course, you’ll work with expert academics from the . Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences. as you. learn to apply and maintain advanced food quality assurance systems that meet both UK and international expectations. Read more