Master of Food Process Engineering
Candidates are required to take a total of 32 credit hours, 18 of which must be from the core courses listed below, eight to nine credit hours must be selected from FdSN elective courses, and five to six credit hours must be selected from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering courses. Courses are offered at the Illinois Institute of Technology Mies Campus or via internet with the exception of FDSN 506.
|FDSN 505||Food Microbiology||3|
|FDSN 506||Food Microbiology Laboratory 1||3|
|FDSN 521||Food Process Engineering||3|
|FDSN 522||Advanced Food Process Engineering||3|
|FDSN 524||Fundamentals of Food Science||3|
|FDSN 541||Principles of Food Packaging||3|
|Select a minimum of two courses from the following:||8-9|
|Nutrition, Metabolism, and Health||3|
|Development, Delivery, and Dissemination||3|
|Food Product Development||3|
|Food Law and Regulations||3|
|Low-Acid Canned Food Regulations and Microbiology||3|
|Food Engineering Process Delivery||3|
|Engineering Principles of Food||3|
|HACCP Planning and Implementation||3|
|Seminar on Food Safety and Technology||1|
|Special Projects 2||1-6|
|Special Problems 2||1-6|
|Select a minimum of two courses from the following:||5-6|
|Statistical Tools for Engineers||3|
|Numerical and Data Analysis||3|
|Process Design I||3|
|Statistical Quality and Process Control||3|
|Biotechnological Processes in Environmental Engineering||3|
|Physiochemical Processes in Environmental Engineering||3|
Minimum degree credits required: 32
FDSN 506 is required unless the student has enough professional experience to allow a substitute class; the decision will be made by the FdSN program director.
Students can enroll in FDSN 594 and FDSN 597 with a maximum of six credit hours total between both courses with FdSN adviser approval. However, when FDSN 597 is used as a short course, the total credit hours must not exceed eight between FDSN 594 and FDSN 597.
Students may enroll in a ChBE course that is not listed above, with FdSN adviser approval.