Bachelor of Food Studies
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Course Code CRS1400280
Course Level Bachelor
Course Study Area Foods
Course Mode Full Time; Part Time
Contact Hours Full Time: 12-18 per week, Part Time: 6-9 per week
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February
Course Duration 3 years
Entry Requirements  Year 12
Course Code CRS1400280
Course Level Bachelor
Course Study Area Foods
Course Mode Full Time
Contact Hours Full Time: 12-18 per week, Part Time: 6-9 per week
Course Location Melbourne
Course Intake February
Course Duration 3 years
Entry Requirements  Year 12
CRICOS 089135E
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Course Description

In this qualification, students will gain specialist knowledge of global and local food systems and will ground this knowledge through practical engagement with and reflection upon the physical dimensions of food. In this context, emphasis will be given to hands-on cooking, sensory education, fermentation and crafting practices and food production. Graduates will also gain the capacity to effectively communicate this knowledge to a non-specialist audience, engage critically with food policy and legislation, advocate on issues of food culture and social justice and contribute to the development and promotion of more sustainable and ethical food systems.

The degree provides pathways into research, media, policy, business and entrepreneurship and/or the tourism, hospitality or events industries or the community food sector, or other professional settings where deep knowledge of the food system is needed for informed decision making and meaningful change. Importantly, this degree also opens up opportunities for further study at the postgraduate level.

Specialist fields

Specialist subjects include Introduction to Culinary Arts, Culture and Cuisine, Sensory Education, Fermenting Cultures, Agriculture and Farming Systems, Food Movements and Food and Gastronomy in Literature and Media. A solid management foundation is offered by subjects in economics, finance, marketing, food policy, and entrepreneurship and innovation. You can pursue your areas of interest through a range of electives from specialised subjects in culinary, events, tourism and hospitality management.

Field trips and experiential learning

Students will gain specialist knowledge of global and local food systems and will ground this knowledge through hands-on cooking, sensory education, fermentation and crafting practices and food production.  Exploring the relationship between food, agriculture, policy and health, will help you gain a deep understanding of all aspects of food systems. Site visits to farms, farmers’ markets, community gardens and food enterprises will bring to life the topics and issues that are explored in the classroom.

Course Admission Requirements

William Angliss Institute is committed to admissions transparency.

All applicants for the Bachelor of Food Studies must demonstrate that they meet the admission requirements:

 

Course units include:


Core Subjects   

Year 1 Core   

GAS551
Culture and Cuisine
CUL503
Introduction to Culinary Arts
MAN502   
Financial Concepts
FDS559
Understanding Food Systems 1
GAS606
Sensory Education
MAN604
Economics and Global Impacts
Electives   
1 per semester (2 in total)
Year 2 Core   

FDS659
Understanding Food Systems 2
FDS651
Diet and Health in Society
CUL601
Fermenting Cultures
FDS652
Food Movements and Social Change
GAS751
Gastronomic Approaches to Food Studies
FDS601
Agriculture and Farming Systems
MAN601   
Introduction to Marketing
Electives   
1 (1st semester)
Year 3 Core   

FDS759   
Food Policy and Governance
FDS701
Communicating Food
FDS702
Community Food Systems in Practice 1
GAS752
Food and Gastronomy in Literature and Media
CUL701
Culinary Artistry
MAN706   
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Electives
1 per semester (2 in total)

Electives

All students must undertake RES501 Foundation Academic Communication Skills in their first semester (unless otherwise agreed).
Electives can be chosen from the suite of Higher Education Subjects. Please note that not all subjects are available in all courses and study periods.

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Fees

Fees and charges can be found at www.angliss.edu.au/fees-and-charges

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