Food Quality Management (MFQ) / MSc

MSc Common part

Common Part

Students must, in consultation with the study adviser and dependent on their educational background, choose two related disciplinary courses. At least one of the two courses should be an advanced MSc course. Students will only be admitted to the thesis upon completion of the compulsory subjects. The courses PDQ-35806 and PDQ-35906 together compose the Academic Master Cluster.
RO1: choose 1 course. Students with a BSc in Management, Economics and Consumer Studies of Wageningen University: choose, in consultation with the study adviser, 2 technological courses instead of the two methodological courses (MAT-22306 or MAT-20306 and YRM-20806).
RO2: choose 1 thesis or internship from RO2. Upon approval of the study advisor, a student can also do the internship or second thesis at another chair group that logically fits the disciplinary courses.

YMC-60303Modular Skills Training (MOS)3.00CSM11AF, 2AF, 3AF, 5AF, 6AF
YRM-20806Research Design & Research Methods6.00CSM11AF, 2MO
PDQ-20306Food Quality Management6.00CSM11MO
PDQ-22306Food Quality Analysis and Judgement6.00CSM12AF
LAW-30806Food Law6.00CSM12MO
PDQ-35806Advanced Food Quality Management 16.00CSM14WD
PDQ-35906Advanced Food Quality Management 26.00CSM15AF
APP-20803Food Ethics3.00CSM15MO
PDQ-80436MSc Thesis Product Design and Quality Management36.00CSM21,2,3,4,5,6
MAT-22306Quantitative Research Methodology and Statistics6.00RO1M13WD
MAT-20306Advanced Statistics6.00RO1M16MO
PDQ-70424MSc Internship Product Design and Quality Management24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6
PDQ-80424MSc Thesis Product Design and Quality Management24.00RO2M21,2,3,4,5,6