Centennial College’s Food Science Technology program will examine the many processes that food undergoes as it travels from the field to your fork.
In this program, which is facilitated by the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science, you will gain theoretical, technical and practical training in the three fundamental disciplines of biology, chemistry and food science.
The Food Science Technology program will teach you to integrate and apply knowledge within the disciplines of chemistry, engineering, biology and nutrition to preserve, process, package, and distribute foods that are healthy, affordable, desirable and safe to eat.
The skills you gain will be applicable to a wide range of areas within the food industry.
Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or mature student status (19 years or older)
English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent (minimum grade required)
Mathematics Grade 11 M or U, or 12 C or U, or equivalent (minimum grade required)
Intro to Biological Systems
College Communications 1
Occupational Health and Safety
Microcomputer Applications for Technology A
Mathematics for Applied Science
Inorganic Chem. for Microbiology
College Communications 2
Statistics for Applied Science
Introduction to Food Science
Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action
Physics for Food Science
Report Writing in a Technical Environment
Food Science Project I
Food Processing & Technology I
Quality Assurance I
Food Processing & Technology II
Quality Assurance II
General Education Elective
Food Science Project II
Food Product Development
HACCP & GMPs
Quality Control Technician
Product Development Technician
Product Development Coordinator
Food Safety Program (i.e. BRC/SQF) Practitioner
Food Safety specialist
Regulatory Affairs Associate
Production lead hand
Areas of Employment
Among the areas of food science in which you will be able to launch a career will be:
Food plant management
Operations and maintenance of automated equipment
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