Master of Food Process Engineering; Master of Science in Food Process Engineering, Graduate Certificate in Biological Engineering; Graduate Certificate in Current Energy Issues; Graduate Certificate in Food Process Engineering; Graduate Certificate in Food Processing Specialist; Graduate Certificate in Particle Processing; Graduate Certificate in Pharmaceutical Engineering; Graduate Certificate in Polymer Science and Engineering; Graduate Certificate in Process Operations Management
The objective of the Master of Food Process Engineering degree program is to prepare students for professional practice in food process engineering and to provide a foundation in the fundamental knowledge of this discipline.
The objective of the Master of Science in Food Process Engineering degree program is to educate engineers and scientists in different aspects of food engineering and food processing with specialization in an area of food process engineering. Candidates are required to take a total of 32 credit hours, 12 credits of which must be for the core courses listed below, and six to eight credit hours must be in research and thesis work.
Illinois Institute of Technology is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.