Food Science and Technology Program


Bachelor of Science Program in Food Science and Technology


The Food Technology program aims to develop graduates with knowledge and skill in Food Technology in order to make significant contributions to the development in food manufacturing and exporting industries. The course covers raw material handling, processing, quality assurance and control, product development and marketing, as well as seminar, special problem and cooperative education so as to enable the student to think, to solve problems and to pursue careers responsibility and ethically.


Career Paths

Graduated students have various job opportunities in food processing companies, food research laboratories, hotels, restaurants, educational institutions, government bodies and catering establishments as:

  • Lecturer/researcher
  • Food technologist
  • Food and health inspectors
  • Consultant or auditor for Food Industry
  • Entrepreneur

Master of Science Programme in Food Science and Technology

DegreeAcademic ProgrammePlanClassLength of Programme
M.Sc.Food Science and Technology
(We offer “Double Degree Programme” with Chiba University, Shinshu University, Kagoshima University)
A1, A2, BMon-Fri2 Years
Expected qualities of graduates:
The graduates are expected to possess the following qualities:
  1. Specialised knowledge in important areas of food science and technology, as well as the ability to efficiently conduct research;
  2. Ability to apply their various skills to conducting research and developing innovations that can compete in the food industry; and
  3. Ability to work with others, a sense of social responsibility, and adherence to integrity, moral principles and professional ethics.



  • Plan A1, A2, B:
    • 45,500 Baht per semester
    • 182,000 Baht per programme
  • A1 = Thesis (not less than 36 credits), no course work
  • A2 = Thesis (not less than 12 credits) with course work (not less than 12 credits)
  • B = Coursework (No Thesis) with Independent Study (IS) or Special Project (not less than 3 credits but not over 6 credits)