RMIT University
RMIT University
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Bachelor of Science (Food Technology and Nutrition)

Bachelor Degree

Course description

Duration

duration

3 yrs

Study mode

studyMode

On-campus

Next start date

date

July

The food technology and nutrition program is about the science of large-scale food manufacturing and making it safe and nutritious to meet consumers' needs. This program offers you the opportunity to learn the application of science in a socially responsible way and the skills required to develop goods and services for the marketplace to meet those needs. This program prepares you for work in a broad range of roles in the food industry. You are trained in the full range of theoretical and practical aspects of food science and technology, and nutrition. You will be able to develop novel, healthy and functional food products that meet consumer demands and comply with government and industry's strict safety and health guidelines. RMIT prioritises practical learning environments. This program is unique in helping you develop practical hands-on skills in a pilot plant setting that simulates industrial production. All courses in this program have face-to-face interaction as well as online teaching and learning facilities that make your learning flexible and student centred.

Campus options

2 campuses available

CampusStudy modeDurationNext start date
Melbourne City

On-campus (full time)

3 yrs

July
Bundoora

On-campus (full time)

3 yrs

July

Course details

Entry requirements
Year 12 (senior secondary certificate)
Location
VIC
Next start date
July
Duration
3 yrs
Study mode
On-campus
Education institution
RMIT University (RTO 3046)
Price
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Student reviews of Health courses

Student reviews of RMIT University courses
6
Student review published August 2018
CourseBachelor of Science (Food Technology and Nutrition)
Completion date2015
Study modeOn-campus
Very good practical learning
Student review published July 2018
CourseBachelor of Health Science
Completion dateN/A
Study modeBlended
The course was full of enthusiastic and welcoming people that made it fun, enjoyable and easy to study. It allows for a great balance between study and social life, which allows you to study full time while still being able to work or have a life outside of uni.
Student review published July 2018
CourseMaster of Laboratory Medicine
Completion dateN/A
Study modeBlended
Everyone to whom I met was helpful in this course. I genunly love to learn new subjects or medical field in this course. I think now I now more about medical stream. Thank you RMIT for giving this opportunity.
Student review published May 2018
CourseMaster of Laboratory Medicine
Completion date2016
Study modeBlended
Highly expensive course compare to job prospects. Limited industry exposure.
Student review published May 2018
CourseMaster of Food Science
Completion date2017
Study modeOn-campus
The course is well designed and it is useful to others who opts for complete food science field. The practical knowledge is more than theory.
Student review published May 2018
Completion date2014
Study modeOn-campus
No help for a job after the course, it is now 2018 and I have changed careers as it was never going to happen.
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Entry requirements

Year 12; Prerequisites: Units 3 & 4 - a study score of at least 20 in mathematics (any) and a study score of at least 30 in English (ESL) or at least 25 in any other English

Recognition

Graduates of both streams are eligible for Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST) membership and nutrition stream graduates may also be eligible to apply for registration as a nutritionist with the Nutrition Society of Australia.

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