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MSc in Food Safety Management DT9437 & DT437


Course Description

Recent food crises highlight the essential need for professional, up to date training in Food Safety Management. This Programme, focuses on the complex, national and EU regulatory and management systems in place to ensure Food Safety and consumer protection

It is organised specifically to accommodate those working in the food industry. Past graduates now work in regulatory positions either nationally or in the EU as Environmental Health Officers, Veterinarians or Laboratory Analysts in the public sector. Others working in the private sector now occupy significant roles in all of Ireland’s major food companies, including food producers, processors, caterers and retailers

Entry Requirements

An honours degree (2.2 grade or higher) or equivalent in a discipline relevant to Food Safety Management. It is expected that participants will have significant work experience and fit the profile of a manager or technical professional.

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