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What is the masters course for B.Tech ( Food Technology)?
Sneha K profile image Sneha K Member Join date: Mar, 2012 Posts: 1 Points: 0
Sir, I have done B Tech(Food Technology). Now I want my masters. Can you suggest me some good courses and universities in US.
  • March 14, 2012
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States

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Nanthini Jp Nanthini Jp Expert Join date: Mar, 2012 Posts: 78 Points: 1085 Trusted Advisor

Hi, you have chosen a good course which helps you career development. For USA universities: Clemson University – MS Food Technology, Cornell University – MS Food science: food processing and technology, North Dhakota State University – MS food safety, West Virgina University – MS Human nutrition, Winthrop University : MS Human nutrition with thesis & internship, Ball state University – MS family and consumer science, University of Buffalo – MS nutrition science, etc... You have very limited course in USA.

For UK universities, University of Abertray Dundee – MSc Food Biotechnology, University of Chester – MSc nutrition & dietetics, City University London – MSc food & nutrition policy, Roehampton ~University – MSc Obesity (risk & prevention), University of Lincoln – MSc Food manufacturing & Technology, University of Surrey – MSc Food Management, Queen’s Belfast University – Msc Food safety, University of Westminster – MSc Nutrition Therapy, University of Exeter – Msc Food Security & Sustainable Agriculture, London South Bank University – MSc Food safety & control, Newcastle University – Msc Food & Humane nutrition, University of Greenwich – MSc Food safety & quality Management, etc...

Best Wishes!!!

Nanthini Jp | Peterkins Educational Solution Pvt. Ltd.

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