Food Challenges for the Twenty-First Century
Professional experience of working in the food chain. We recognise prior learning and experience, and you do not necessarily need a degree to apply. Students whose 1st language is not English must provide evidence of proficiency in the English language.
Modules on offer include: Consumers and retailing; crop production and supply; economics and logistics of the food chain; food quality, nutrition and food safety, post-harvest management; food security: The impending storm; food waste, supply chain management and consumer behaviour; pests and diseases, pest management and pesticides; soils, natural capital and sustainable resource management.
Assessment is based on essays, online discussions and short answer worksheets.
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