Master in Food Sciences in Mexico

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Food Sciences

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Food sciences focuses on the study of food, with an emphasis on creating reliable, sustainable, and safe food sources. Understanding food sciences may lead to important discoveries in food technology as well as the production and maintenance of a healthy food supply.

Mexico is one of the most popular tourist countries on the planet. The country has both tropical and temperate zones giving students the best time here. If you wish to study for your course in the National Autonomous University of Mexico, it will be a brilliant life with much entertainment in the country as well.

Masters Program in Food Sciences in Mexico

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Food Science Master's Degree

University of the Americas Puebla (UDLAP)
Campus Full time July 2017 Mexico Puebla

The Master’s degree program in Food Science was created to educate professionals and researchers with deep knowledge in science and food technology, with initiative and creativity that make them able to participate as agents of innovation in ... [+]

Food Science Master's Degree

The Master’s degree program in Food Science was created to educate professionals and researchers with deep knowledge in science and food technology, with initiative and creativity that make them able to participate as agents of innovation in academic activities (teaching and research) or inside the productive sector, or being capable of doing a doctoral program in the area of food in Mexico or abroad.

Universidad de las Americas Puebla has developed over the past 15 years, without interruption, research in food science and technology transfer in the region near its facilities. The master's degree program in Food Science is of prime importance for the institutional development due to its socio-economic impact in the region.... [-]