Master in Food Science and Technology
The program includes following courses:
Physiochemical aspect of foods
Explanation of physical and chemical interactions between various constituents resulting from processing operations often lead to physical sensory and nutritional changes in foods. Combination of important information on processing and food quality. This course describes the effects of various processing technologies on quality changes of different major foods in an integrative manner
Advanced Food Engineering
Discuss the modeling, design, and simulation of the most important food processes mainly the heat and mass transfer processes. This is done by explaining the fundamental engineering and economics relationships, and literature data on physical and transport properties of food.
An in-depth research conducted performed under the supervision of the student's adviser. It includes training and practicing experimental techniques, experimental design, running experiments, collecting and analyzing data, and preparation, writing and submitting the thesis.
If you are thinking of pursuing your graduate degree at LIU and you are a new student, the below are the papers needed.
- Certified copy of the BACC II or its equivalent.
- Official university transcript.
- Copy of undergraduate diploma or a letter of completion.
- Two copies of identification card. (1st page of passport for non-Lebanese)
- Two copies of the recent family civil status record.
- Four recent Passport sized colored photographs.
- TOEFL score, if available.
- Three letters of recommendation.
- $50 non-refundable application fee
- All applicants must submit their social security papers (DAMAN), if available, or must fill the appropriate papers at the social security office (Non-Lebanese students are exempted from the Social Security)
About the School
LIU provides a well-established post-secondary education to over 20,000 full-time and part-time students in the undergraduate and graduate levels nationally and internationally.