Prospective Student Curriculum MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAM IN FOOD SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION (INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Curriculum

MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAM IN FOOD SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION (INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM) 

Level Master's
Faculty / Institute INSTITUTE OF NUTRITION
Website https://inmu2.mahidol.ac.th/foodsci/

Degree Designation

MASTER OF SCIENCE(FOOD SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION)

Additional advantages of the programme

เป็นหลักสูตรที่บูรณาการความรู้ด้านวิทยาศาสตร์การอาหารและโภชนาการคณาจารย์ในหลักสูตรมีความรู้ ความชำนาญและประสบการณ์ทั้งทางวิชาการ วิจัย และความร่วมมือกับภาครัฐ เอกชน และอุตสาหกรรม เป็นที่ยอมรับทั้งในระดับประเทศและระดับภูมิภาค

Admission Requirements

								   
											
							 Applicants must meet the following requirements:
1. Hold or expect to graduate before the beginning of the enrolled semester with a Bachelor's degree 
    in Food Science, Food Technology, Biotechnology, Public Health, Nutrition, Health Sciences, 
    or other related fields that have organic chemistry, and biochemistry or physiology courses
    from a national- or international- academic institution accredited by the Office of Higher Education Commission.
2. Receive a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.50 on a 4-point grading system or equivalent
3. Submit a certificate of English proficiency with minimum admission score of
 the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.
4. Applicants may be exempted from the above requirement, on a case by case basis, depending upon approval and consent given by the Program Committee and the Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.							 							 							 
							 
							 

Curriculum Structure

Pre-requisite courses No Credit
Required courses 20            Credits
Elective courses not less than 4            Credits
Thesis 12            Credits

Job Option after Graduation

1) Scholars, executives, or entrepreneurs in food and nutrition-related business 2) Researchers in an academic institution, research facility, food industry, and public and private agencies related to food and nutrition research 3) Academics in an institution of higher education which provides educational programs related to food science and nutrition, and health sciences 4) Consultants on food and nutrition-related projects to public and private agencies, international organizations, research projects, health promotion units, and food industry

Course Requirements

Plan A2

Prerequisite Courses Credit
NUFN663 : FOOD PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY 2
Required Courses Credit
NUFN602 : QUALITY EVALUATION OF FOOD 1
NUFN664 : FOOD, NUTRITION AND HEALTH 2
NUFN665 : FOOD AND NUTRITION UPDATES 2
NUFN666 : SEMINAR IN FOOD SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION I 1
NUFN667 : RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN FOOD SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION 2
NUFN668 : FORMULATION OF NUTRITIONAL AND FUNCTIONAL FOODS 2
NUFN669 : NUTRITIONAL AND SAFETY EVALUATIONS OF FOOD 2
NUFN670 : FOOD PROCESSING AND NUTRITIONAL QUALITY 2
NUFN671 : SEMINAR IN FOOD SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION II 1
NUFN672 : QUALITY SYSTEMS FOR FOOD INDUSTRY 2
NUFN681 : PRINCIPLES OF FOOD BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 2
NUFN682 : FOOD AND NUTRITION ACTIVITIES FIELD TRIP 1
Elective Courses Credit
NUFN673 : STATISTICAL ANALYSIS FOR RESEARCH IN FOOD SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION 2
NUFN674 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN ANALYSES OF CARBOHYDRATES AND MINERALS 1
NUFN675 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN DETERMINATION OF STARCH PROPERTIES 1
NUFN676 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN ANALYSES OF FATS AND OLIS 1
NUFN677 : WRITING FOR RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS IN FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION 2
NUFN678 : SENSORY SCIENCE FOR NUTRITION 2
NUFN679 : INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE ON FOOD AND NUTRITION 2
NUFN680 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN FOOD ANALYSIS USING HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY 1
NUFN683 : EMERGING TECHNOLOGY IN FOOD PRODUCTION 2
NUFN684 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN SENSORY EVALUATION OF FOOD 1
NUFN685 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN TEXTURE ANALYSIS OF FOOD 1
NUFN686 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN RHEOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF FOOD 1
NUFN687 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN SHELF LIFE STUDY OF FOOD 1
NUFN688 : LABORATORY PRACTICE IN APPLICATION OF ENZYMATIC METHOD FOR FOOD AND NUTRITION RESEARCH 1
Thesis Credit
NUFN698 : THESIS 12