Need a study programme that fits in with your life?
Want to get a better job upon graduation?
Then choose the MSc Food Safety and Quality Management e-learning programme at the Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich
The MSc Food Safety and Quality Management is a part-time, e-learning programme aimed at professionals working in food manufacturing. You may already have a job in national government, food production and processing, retail and hospitality or in supporting the supply of safe and wholesome food to consumers. You’ll be a professional who wants to deepen their technical knowledge of the processes and food sectors they are interested in. The programme will enhance your job prospects, as well as supporting career progression.
Through this programme you’ll consolidate your knowledge of the causal agents of foodborne illness and control measures that need to be applied to ensure that food and feed are safe and wholesome. You will study safety and quality management systems based upon the principles of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) following the ‘farm to fork’ approach. You will also study the role of national food control systems, food law and enforcement in the context of national and international standards and the promotion of international trade. In addition, you will investigate safety and quality issues of a wide range of commodities and manufactured foods. The programme is designed to be delivered entirely by e-learning, to allow you to learn at the pace that fits in with your busy work/life balance.
This programme is based upon the successful taught programme offered by the University since 2001 and benefits from the expertise and experiences of the Natural Resources Institute’s (NRI) internationally recognised food safety and quality management team, which has carried out research and capacity-building work for over 40 years. Over 300 students have graduated from the taught programme and many now occupy senior leadership positions in research institutes and the food chain as well as national and local governments around the world.
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