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|1||Agricultural Botany, Economic Sciences, General and Inorganic Chemistry, History of Agriculture and EU Knowledge, Informatics, Mathematics, Raw Materials of Food Processing, Thermodynamics, Zoology, Animal Physiology, Agricultural and Food Microbiology, Analytical Chemistry, Basic Equipment for Food Industries, Environmental Management, Environmental Technology, Introduction to Food Safety, Organic and Biochemistry, Technical Basics of Agricultural Machinery|
|2||Agricultural and Food Microbiology, Business Studies and English Language Skills, Economic Sciences, Electrotechnics, Food Chemistry, Food Hygiene, Introduction to Intercultural Communication, Professional Language Skills, Unit Operations in Food Processing, Colloid Chemistry, Grant Proposal Writing in the target language, Measurement and Control, Principles of Food Technology|
|3||Basics of Quality Assurance, Business Studies and English Language Skills, Food Industry Technologies and Quality Assurance, Instrumental Analytics, Legal English, Statistics, Unit Operations in Food Processing, English for Environmental Management and Politics, Food Analytics, Food Industry Economics, Intercultural Communication, Principles of Food Technology, Project Work, Agricultural Regulation and Administration|
|4||Professional Practice, Thesis|
Internship, practice: Students should complete a 14-week professional practice in the last semester.
The Bulletin of the program can be found here.
Career prospects: Graduates may find employment in the food industry, raw material and product qualification, food analysis, inspection, quality assurance or may work for food authorities. Graduates may continue their studies with an MSc in food engineering, an MSc in food quality and assurance, or an MSc in nutrition.
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