NTU Food Science & Tech.

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Ph.D&Master

Ph.D.
 
Course Type Course Title
Food Physics and Food Chemistry Special Topics in Food Science (2), Special Topics on Food Polysaccharides (2)
Food Microbiology Special Topics in Food Science (2)
Food Technology Special Topics in Food Technology (2)
Health and Nutrition Special Topics on Functional Food (2), Nutrition, DNA Repair and Transcription Regulation (2), Special Topics in Food and Disease Prevention (2)
 

The student holding a master degree are required to complete a minimum course work of 20 credits in the Ph.D. program plus 12 credits of thesis.
Students without a master degree must complete a minimum course work of 30 credits plus 12 credits of thesis. The courses offered are as follows:

Required courses: Seminar (4), Research Training (I) (II) (III) (IV) (4)

 
Master
 
Course Type Course Title
Food Physics and Food Chemistry Food Carbohydrates (2), Food Proteins (2), Food Additives (2), Instrumental Analysis of Food (2), Literature on Starch and Technology (1), Applications of Mass Spectroscopy on Food Science (2), Advanced Mass Spectrometry for Food Safety and Quality (2)
Food Microbiology Food Fermentation (2), Food Toxicology (2), Food Sanitation Safety and Regulations (3)
Food Technology Thermal Processing of Foods (2), Separation Technology in Food Processing (2), Food Plant Management (2), Food Packaging (2), Microbial Fermentation Engineering (2), Fundamentals of Biosensor Technology (2)
Health and Nutrition Nutritional Evaluation of Food Processing (2), Animal Cell Culture Lab (2), Biology of Laboratory Animals (2), Cellular and Molecular Biological Methods for Food Science Research (2), Immunology (3),  Introduction to Immunology (3), Biomolecular Kinetics (2), Nutrigenomics (2), Molecular Nutrition (2), Clinical Nutrition and Dietary Therapy (2), Principle and Application of Chinese Medicated Diet (2)
 

The M.S. students are required to complete a minimum of 24 credits of course work in addition to 6 credits of thesis. The courses offered are as follows:
Required courses: Seminar (4), Research Training (I) (II) (2), Research Experimental Methods in Food Science & Technology (I) (II) (2)