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Bachelor of Food Technology (Hons)

Offered by: Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UNiSZA)
Exam BodyInternal Degree, Malaysia
Course Duration8 Sem
Part Time/Full TimeFull Time
Fees600 - 1000*/sem
FacultyFaculty of Bioresources and Food Industry
Conducted entirely in MalaysiaYes
Awarding CountryMalaysia
Level of StudyBachelor's Degree Level
Field of StudyManufacturing & Processing
Stream RequirementsScience Stream
Course Description

Food technology integrates the principles and concepts of science, chemistry, microbiology and engineering to be used for selecting, buiding, processing, analyzing, assessing, wrap and store food as well as beverage products. Recently, the rise in price of food and drink has made the food technology field will become more important to meet the needs of food and drink with are nutritious and good for general users. Students who join the program will be exposed to all aspects of learning about food; chemical properties of foodstuffs so that the products of refining food safety and high quality. They need to follow the course scientific curriculum as the preparation for the various job opportunities or to continue lessons at postgraduates studies in the fields related to Food Technology.

Entry Requirements

SPM+STPM+MUET

Career Prospects

Food processing is one of the largest manufacturing industry and gives a very good job opportunities to the graduan technology food. Development and promotion of this industry need specialized workers in the field of food technology. Graduate which has food technology experienced can enabled them to become entrepreneurs in food industry or hold important jobs at the refinery to process food, food and foodstuffs suppliers as well as in the laboratories investigations, government agencies, legal agencies and also the enforcing agency.

All fees are in RM (Ringgit Malaysia) currency unless stated otherwise.


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