Part time Master's Degree in Food and Beverage Studies in Asia

Find Part time Masters Programs in Food and Beverage Studies in Asia 2017/2018

Food and Beverage Studies

Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.

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Master in Viticulture and Enology

Georgian Technical University
Campus 2 years October 2017 Georgia Tbilisi

After graduation of this programme, with the acquired knowledge and awarded qualification, person will be able to work in private sector, governmental and nongovernmental organizations such as wine companies, grape growing companies, sparkling wine and distilled beverages enterprises, laboratories, tasting commissions, associations working in the field of viticulture and enology, Ministry of Agriculture and its affiliated agencies. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Food and Beverage Studies in Asia. Programme Objectives To prepare the enologist in accordance with labor market demands, which will be competitive, practically-oriented and ready to meet the highest expectations of the wine industry. To acquire the students with the required theoretical knowledge and practical skill. To introduce to students the world of grape growing, wine making, wine appreciation and wine business. To teach the current techniques, to give information about modern methods, innovations used while managing a vineyard and winery. To explain the importance of specific viticulture techniques in creating wines with good flavor and aroma. To provide the experience for students that develops relevant skills in current practices for harvesting grapes and processing grapes into wine at a commercial vineyard and/or winery. To become students familiar with common analytical skills, used in a wine laboratory. Programme Description The programme was developed according ECTS system, 1 credit is equal to 27 hours, which is meant as a contact, as well as independent work hours. The distribution of credits is represented in the curriculum. The duration of the programme is 2 years (4 semesters) and covers 120 credits (ECTS). Core courses-75 credits, which are scheduled as follows: mandatory courses in specialization 58 credits; elective course 5 credit; practice-12 credits and research component– 45 credits. Practices will be held in vineyard, nursery garden and in wine factory. The first-year learning process (two semesters 21-21 weeks) is scheduled as follows: two weeks, particularly in VII and XIV... [-]

Master of Philosophy (Food Studies)

Taylor’s University
Campus Part time 18 - 30 months Open Enrollment Malaysia Subang Jaya

The Master of Philosophy (Food Studies) aims to groom graduates into highly qualified professionals who are experts in the field of Food Studies. [+]

Dual recognition and certification by The Master of Philosophy (Food Studies) aims to groom graduates into highly qualified professionals who are experts in the field of Food Studies. To achieve this, Taylor’s University and University Toulouse Jean Jaurès (UT2J) have designed a comprehensive curriculum which encompasses research skills, anthropology and sociology of food, understanding of the different food cultures, food trends and business outlook, socio-political issues on food nutrition and public health and much more. Programme Advantage The only Malaysian university with a ‘Chair of Food Studies: Food, Cultures and Health’ – Prof. Dr. Jean Pierre Poulain. He maintains an emphasis in food studies, contributes to academic programmes and provides advice to students and faculty members. A French socio-anthropologist, Prof. Dr. Poulain has a long and successful career in the field of food studies and hospitality education in both academic and international life. He has published numerous books, book chapters and articles, as well as actively delivered keynote and conference presentations around the world on topics such as food sociology, food heritage and tourism practices. The only Food Studies programme to offer Global Field Research Programme (GRP) which provides the opportunity for conducting fieldwork abroad. Students have the exciting opportunity to conduct research work for their thesis abroad if it is focused on a food-related topic specific to a particular country for 3 – 6 months. Choose from an international network of partner universities for research in countries such as France, Spain, Italy, Hong Kong and Japan. This will provide... [-]