Food sciences uses chemistry, microbiology, engineering, and biochemistry to help produce lasting, nutritious, and easily accessible food. Studying food sciences may help achieve a greater understanding of the development of food systems and how to create sustainable food resources for future generations.
Course in Food Sciences in North America
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Our program highlights competency-based training through progressive learning units. A large portion of the training will occur in our training kitchens, providing students wi ... +
This curriculum is designed to prepare students for careers in producing, processing, and distributing poultry and its products according to scientific principles essential to ... +
Our agriculture program just last year celebrated its 50th year of sending qualified graduates into the field.
Future chefs in this program have their eyes opened to the creative and delectable world of culinary arts. From aspects of proper cooking, Culinary Arts program students are e ... +
A Food Studies concentration can help you expand your academic potential and follow your passions, ultimately leading to a rewarding career.
UTP Stage II: Agricultural and Food Sciences is equivalent to the first year of a bachelor’s degree from the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences ... +