We would like to inform you of the Diploma in Food Science & Technology Programme with UCC which starts this October.
There are still a number of places available!
Part-Time Diploma in Food Science and Technology
Start Date: Friday the 7th October 2022.
Blended Delivery: 8 sessions online and 3 on campus in UCC
This two-year part-time Diploma is run over 10 Friday/Saturday sessions from October to May each year. Each session is on the Friday from 14.00-18.00 and from 9.00-16.00 on the Saturday.
The Diploma course gives participants an opportunity to gain an understanding and knowledge of food science, and microbiology, food processing technology, nutrition and food business.
Particular emphasis is placed on linking basic principles with the practical application of these principles in industry.
The wide-ranging content acts as a strong foundation for participants to develop their careers.
Graduates of the Diploma report:
• A thorough understanding of the basic principles of food science and food technology
• Increased confidence
• Improved performance in their day-to-day job
• A sense of achievement and empowerment
• Progress in their careers
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