The Department of Food Science and Biotechnology
Education and research excellence in the field of food science and technology
The Department of Food Science and Biotechnology aims to provide basic courses, such as microbiology, chemistry, and physics as well as cover applied courses, such as agricultural science and process engineering. This program focuses on the research and education that are related to biomaterials for food development and applications, and the undergraduate program emphasizes both basic principles and key technologies that are necessary for the food science and bio-technology industry. Graduates have a wide variety of employment opportunities in the food service and retailing industry, pharmaceutical industry, government agencies, and other private sector companies.
Train creative and active leaders who lead the food industry.
Equip the students with an understanding of the food science and biotechnology field in applied science.
Career Path after Graduation
Graduates from the Department of Food Science and Biotechnology are able to work for food & life related public institutes, food production and service companies, and food retailing and marketing companies. They can apply for graduate studies, earn a master or doctoral degree as well as move on to research employment or teaching jobs in food-related companies/research institutes and colleges.