Food Process Engineering - FOODOS5341

Stream Summary

Faculty: Faculty of Engineering

School: School of Chemical Engineering

Contact: School

Program: 5341 - Engineering Science


Graduate Diploma in Engineering Science (Specialisation)

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Stream Outline

The specialisation in Food Process Engineering is defined by a core of disciplinary knowledge and advanced disciplinary knowledge. It provides a solid postgraduate coursework program for the professional chemical engineer or food process engineer wishing to upgrade their skills or extend their knowledge.

Entry Requirements
A student must hold a Bachelor degree in Chemical engineering or Food Process Engineering with Honours II/2 (or equivalent) or an equivalent qualification from a recognised university or tertiary institution, with an average mark of at least 65, in order to be admitted to the stream.
Those without such a qualification are required to argue their prior learning is equivalent to this qualification. For example, a 3- or 4-year Bachelor of Engineering or Science combined with relevant discipline experience (such as chemical or food process operations) may be recognised

Stream Structure

Disciplinary Knowledge Courses - 30 UOC selected from the following:

Electives - 18 UOC
Students may choose electives from the lists above or other courses for which they are qualified to enrol, with the approval of the stream authority.

Students may only choose electives for which they are appropriately prepared by way of prior learning. Up to 12 UOC of foundation knowledge courses may be approved as electives by the Program Authority where appropriate.

Study Levels

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