|FULL TIME,PART TIME|
|Full Time - 1.5 Years / Part Time - 3 Years|
|January / May / September|
Designed to fast track careers in the multi-trillion-dollar food industry, this programme equips graduate students with a sound understanding of food technology and its many applications. All levels of food and beverage production are addressed and students will analyse the challenges and complexities involved in food processing, preservation, packaging, delivery and sensory evaluation, among others. Coursework-based in nature, the programme incorporates the latest practices in the industry and students will see first-hand how new technologies impact food production.
As a graduate student of this programme, you will possess the skills and know-how to bring new products to the market. Your vast knowledge of biomaterials will see you making a pertinent difference in processing technology and flavour delivery. Delving deeper, UCSI’s many connections with large multinationals will keep you abreast of the latest changes in the industry as you expand your professional network. With your expertise in food safety, nutrition and legislation, you will impact communities as you manage and sustain the food production ecosystem with sustainability in mind. Your future contributions will change lives.
A bachelor’s degree in the area of Food Science, Nutrition, Biotechnology, Applied Science, Agricultural Biology, Microbiology or relevant discipline with minimum CGPA of 2.50 or 60%; or second class honours degree; or
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent not meeting CGPA of 2.50, can be accepted subject to a minimum of 5 years of working experience in a relevant field.
As the programme’s medium of instruction is English, students must possess one of the following qualifications: