Coursework requirements for MSc. (by coursework) in Food Science & Human Nutrition

Graduation requirements:

MSc (by coursework) in Food Science and Human Nutrition

A student must meet all the coursework and research project requirements and have earned 40 MCs with the following criteria:

    • Achieve a minimum CAP of 3.0;
    • Pass seven modules (minimum 5 FST-coded) from those listed in both module clusters and
    • Successfully complete and attain a minimum of C+ grade for the module FST5199 MSc Research Project (12 MCs).

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Programme Curriculum

Modules offered:


    Cluster of modules for Food Science/Technology

    Code

    Module Description

    Credit

    Sem 1

    Sem 2

    FST5201

    Rheology & Texture Properties of Biomaterials

    4MC

       

    FST5202

    Advanced Food Fermentation

    4MC

      X

    FST5203

    Advanced Food Microbiology and Safety

    4MC

      X

    FST5205

    Frontiers of Food Processing and Engineering

    4MC

    X  

    FST5225

    Advanced Current Topics in Food Science I

    4MC

    X  

    FST5226

    Advanced Current Topics in Food Science II

    4MC

      X

    FST5227

    Advanced Current Topics in Food Science III

    4MC

    X  

    CM5241

    Modern Analytical Techniques

    4MC

    X  

    CM5245

    Bioanalytical Chemistry

    4MC

      X

    Cluster of modules for Nutrition

    FST5301

    Evidence-based Functional Foods

    4MC

      X

    FST5302

    Food, Nutrition and Health

    4MC

    X  

    FST5303

    Modern Human Nutrition

    4MC

      X

    SPH5003*

    Health Behaviour and Communication

    4MC

    X  

    SPH5202*

    Control of Non-Communicable Diseases

    4MC

       

    SPH5406*

    Contemporary Global Health Issues

    4MC

       

    Research Project

    FST5199

    MSc Research Project

    12MC

       

            For modules description and workload, click here
* Subject to availability of quota

All classes will be conducted in the evening.

Class Time Table

Candidature period:


    Study Plan

    Minimum Candidature

    Maximum Candidature

    Full-Time

    2 semesters
    (or 1 year)

    6 semesters
    (or 3 years)

    Part-Time

    4 semesters
    (or 2 years)

    8 semesters
    (or 4 years)

     

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