A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Food sciences focuses on the study of food, with an emphasis on creating reliable, sustainable, and safe food sources. Understanding food sciences may lead to important discoveries in food technology as well as the production and maintenance of a healthy food supply.
Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.
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Explanation of physical and chemical interactions between various constituents resulting from processing operations often lead to physical sensory, and nutritional changes in foods. [+]
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 mannerAdvanced 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.... [-]
The Master Degree in Food Science and Technology/Department of Nutrition and Food Technology is awarded by the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST). [+]
First: Thesis Track
1. Compulsory Requirements:AP 701 Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis NF 703 Advanced Laboratory Techniques in Food and Nutrition NF 758 Advanced Food Chemistry NF 762 Advanced Food Technology NF 791 Seminar
2. Elective Requirements:*PP 726 Post-harvest Physiology NF 754 Advanced Food Microbiology NF 756 Food Analysis NF 764 Enzymes in Food NF 766 Fat in Food NF 768 Food Proteins NF 772 Dairy Technology NF 773 Vitamins and Minerals in Nutrition NF 774 Cereal Technology and their Products NF 776 Biotechnology in Food NF 792 Selected Topics in Food Science
*The student may study not more than 3 credit hours from courses of 700 or 800 level offered by other programs related to his field of study upon approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies based on the recommendation of the departmental graduate studies committee.... [-]
FEBT focuses on two areas of specialization: Food Process Engineering and Bioprocess Technology. [+]
Master of Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology (FEBT)
FEBT focuses on two areas of specialization: Food Process Engineering and Bioprocess Technology. Food Process Engineering focuses on the application of engineering principles to the design of postharvest and food processing equipment; changes that may occur within products during handling, processing, and storage; measuring and controlling the quality of raw food materials; food supply chain safety; the handling and utilization of wastes generated during on-farm processing. Bioprocess Technology dedicated to the developments in biotechnology and its applications in agro/food, functional food, biopolymers, dairy and meat science, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Industrial bioprocess technology for the conversion of raw agricultural products to useful food products, biomaterials with specific growth promoting properties are developed for application in organic farming. To strengthen applicability of microorganisms for specific purposes, courses are given in genetic engineering of microorganisms. DNA with interesting properties is transferred to produce strains for industrial applications.... [-]