Food Science Courses
Feed our future
Food is fundamental to our wellbeing as a society.
You must have successfully completed an Australian Year 12 or an equivalent senior secondary school qualification with a minimum average of 65% (see calculator below).
The food industry is adding value to the country’s great strength in agriculture and increasingly delivering exports into the world’s markets.
This double degree is the first of its kind in Australia and capitalises on the demand in the Australian food industry for food technologists with strong business management and marketing skills.
An Honours program is offered as an additional year to the undergraduate program.
Further your science degree by developing your knowledge of the science of food with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) (Nutrition and Food Sciences).
If you'd like to be a nutritionist, a product developer or a laboratory analyst, this in-depth course covers everything from the scientific study of ingredients to marketing the final product.
The Bachelor of Food and Nutrition aims to give you a thorough understanding of food and human nutrition, and prepare you for a career in various fields related to the promotion of health at individual and community levels.
Many countries have alarming rates of obesity, diabetes, cancer and heart disease.