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AS051
Nutrition, Food and Business Management

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This course is designed to meet the requirements of the food industry nationally and internationally.

Over 4 years, the B.Appl.Sc. in Nutrition, Food and Business Management programme seeks to develop competencies in the areas of nutrition, culinary skills, food safety, food quality, new food product development, marketing, management and entrepreneurial thinking.

In Year 1 students will study a variety of introductory modules including Food Preparation, Culinary Skills and Science which consists of practical classes underpinned by theoretical lectures. Further areas of study include Nutrition, Diet and Health, Finance, Marketing, Business Management and Management Information Systems. 

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Graduates of the B.Appl.Sc in Nutrition, Food and Business Management will have attained the knowledge and skills that will enable them to obtain employment in a variety of food and associated industries. Graduates will be equipped with the technical knowledge and skills required to work in a diverse range of careers such as: Food production, New Product Development, Quality Control, Marketing/Sales, Supervision and Management, Consultancy and Research. 



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