Master of Food Process Engineering

Curriculum

Candidates are required to take a total of 32 credit hours, 18 of which must be from the core courses listed below, six to eight credit hours must be selected from FdSN elective courses, and six to eight 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.

Core Courses (18)
FDSN 505Food Microbiology3
FDSN 506Food Microbiology Laboratory 13
FDSN 521Food Process Engineering3
FDSN 522Adv Food Process Engineering3
FDSN 524Fundamentals of Food Science3
FDSN 541Principles of Food Packaging3
Electives (12-16)
Select six to eight credit hours from the following:6-8
Nutrition, Metabolism & Health3
Develop, Deliver, Disseminate3
Food Biotechnology3
Food Analysis3
Food Product Development3
Food Law and Regulations3
Low-Acid Canned Food Regs3
Food Engineering Proc Delivery3
Engineering Principles of Food3
HACCP Planning/Implementation3
Seminar on Food Safety & Tech1
Special Projects 21-6
Special Problems 21-6
Select six to eight credit hours from the following:6-8
Statistical Tools Engineers3
Numerical Data Analysis3
Process Design I3
Ststcl Qlty Process Control3
Bioprocess Engineering3
Biotech Processes in ENVE3
Physcheml Prcs in Envir Eng3

Minimum degree credits required: 32  

Students may enroll in a ChBE course that is not listed above, with FdSN adviser approval.