Online Masters in Molecular Life Sciences

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After completing an undergraduate degree, many students choose to participate in a master program. This type of credential can improve job prospects and provide the knowledge necessary to have a successful career.

Online Master in Molecular Life Sciences

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Master Programme in Food & Meal Science

Kristianstad University Sweden
Online Part time September 2017 Sweden Kristianstad

The Master programme in Food and Meal Science enable students to use an independent, critical and cross-disciplinary holistic approach to work with research and development of food and meals for different groups. [+]

Best Online Master's Degrees in Molecular Life Sciences. The Master programme in Food and Meal Science enable students to use an independent, critical and cross-disciplinary holistic approach to work with research and development of food and meals for different groups. From the starting point of the meal consumer, relevant research will be reviewed in order for the student to deepen, broaden and update their knowledge, apply it in various activities, and participate in research projects. Structure and content The programme comprises 60 credits. The work placement is an elective course of 7.5 credits. The programme is taught online. Compulsory courses (45 credits) are marked with * * The Complexity of Food Choice: The Public Meal from a Consumer Perspective, 7.5 credits * Food, Overconsumption and Consumer Critique, 7.5 credits * Applied Statistics in the Health Sciences, 7.5 credits * Food for Many: Interdisciplinary Approach and Methodology, 7.5 credits Optional specialisation through first or second cycle courses in Food and Meal Science theory, 15 credits, at Kristianstad University or another higher education institution. These 15 credits may include a second cycle placement/internship, comprising 7.5 credits * Master’s thesis, 15 credits Development Students will develop their competence by acquiring methodological knowledge, skills, judgment and a scholarly approach within the courses The Complexity of Food Choice: The Public Meal from a Consumer Perspective, Applied Statistics in the Health Sciences, and Food for Many: Interdisciplinary Approach and Methodology. This basis will be complemented and built on through the optional specialisation within the field of... [-]