Chemical and Biotechnical Technology and Food Technology
The programme comprises:
- a part common to all
- two specialisation options
- an internship in a company in Denmark or elsewhere
- a final Bachelor’s project.
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Applied mathematics and physical chemistry
Applied statistics and planning of experiments
Production and quality control
Statistical experimental design
Communication and theory of science
Chemical and biotechnical technology
The common part teaches you how to apply mathematics, commerce, production and quality control, planning experiments and communication in relation to your specialisation. In connection with your specialisation you work with subjects that relate to laboratory or food technologies. You learn how to acquire and study new academic knowledge.
Before the programme begins you must determine which of the two lines of specialisation you will take.
Chemical and Biotechnical Technology
You learn to independently describe, analyse, critically assess and communicate test results in relation to chemical and biotechnical technology. You achieve how to draw conclusions and correlate with similar results. You acquire qualifications in the planning, realisation and assessment of multi-stage organic synthesis and fermentation - including upstream and downstream processes.
You learn how to identify, analyse and assess problems in relation to the production and quality of food. You work with packing, and learn to prepare, implement and be in charge of self-regulation systems. Finally, the programme teaches you to work in an innovative manner from conceptual stage to finished food product.