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A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.

Professionals and students alike will likely find it beneficial to focus on areas that help to establish self-esteem and confidence. Life skills can study a broad set of talents to help individuals master skills that can benefit their everyday life, including communication and time management.

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RMIT - Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Fuel food innovation. Study food science. With a food science degree, you can pursue a range of career paths within the industry in areas such as processing, manufacturin ... [+]

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Your career as a food scientist

With a food science degree, you can pursue a range of career paths within the industry in areas such as processing, manufacturing, packaging, marketing, research, quality assurance, product development and education.

Graduate ready for a career in the world's largest industry.

RMIT University is one of Australia’s leading food science education and research institutes. Studying the Bachelor of Science (Food Technology and Nutrition) will give you:

Access to world-class facilitiesThe Food Innovation and Research Centre is a state-of-the-art teaching and research facility where you will develop practical, hands-on skills. You’ll have access to a modern pilot plant that simulates industrial production, as well as a comprehensive range of the latest food preparation and processing equipment. In-demand knowledge and skillsFrom production to the plate, the food industry is the largest in the world. There is a constant demand for graduates who can apply the relevant science and technology knowledge and skills. This degree covers the full range of food technology and nutrition science, preparing you for a number of career paths in the food industry. Industry-relevant experienceYou will have opportunities to engage with industry during your studies, including work placements and industry-based projects. Our teachers are experienced practitioners and we collaborate closely with industry to ensure graduates have access to the latest technologies and training making them work-ready at graduation. ... [-]
Australia Melbourne
July 2019
Full-time
3 years
Campus