MSc Food Industry Management
Combining business management skills and food industry knowledge, this course has been developed with industry to give you and your organisation the latest management techniques and sector knowledge to improve practice and performance.
This brand new course will engage you with the latest sector thinking. You will have access to our breadth of knowledge across all nine academic schools, giving you an exciting opportunity to enhance your skills and career progression.
Subject areas include:
- The regulatory environment in food manufacture
- Contemporary issues for the food industry
- Supply chain logistics
- Lean management techniques and business improvement
- Marketing and value creation
- Management Fundamentals
- In-company project
- Project management and multidisciplinary teamworking.
This will provide you with a three to six-month project directly relevant to your business or company objectives. Working with the MDM team and in consultation with your employer, you will develop a unique project based on your workplace and academic study.
How will you study?
This part-time course is studied over a two-year period.
You will attend three day study blocks once every 12 weeks, which will run Thursday – Saturday.
Your career development
Combining academic study with relevant in-company projects, we have tailored this course to provide you with the knowledge and experience needed to take the next step in your career.
From junior to middle as well as senior managers, this bespoke master's degree will provide you with the techniques and skills required to develop within the food management industry.
For 2015 entry only, and with support from the Higher Education Funding Council, we are able to offer a number of business scholarships.
How to apply
Visit our website to apply online: http://www.ntu.ac.uk/apps/pss/course_finder/165855-1/10
For more information about the scholarships or applying for the part time MDM, please contact us: [email protected]
An undergraduate degree from a recognised university at 2.2 level or aboveIf your education qualifications are lower level than a first degree, relevant work experience will be considered and you may be asked to provide some evidence of your capability to study on a master's programme.