Food Studies Courses
Are you passionate about shaping the future of food?
Embark on a course in food studies and plant the seeds of industry change by developing skills, knowledge and networks to transform the food system.
A qualification in food studies sets you up to be an authority on the food system, advising on policy, commentating in the media, or consulting with food enterprises to build a sustainable food future.
With food studies at Angliss, you'll learn through an engaging mix of field trips, site visits, hands-on learning and a broad range of unique electives.
- Discover new possibilities with excursions to farms, farmers markets, and food enterprises
- Engage critically with food policy and legislation
- Contribute to the development of sustainable and ethical food systems
- Combine scientific research with a broader social and cultural understanding of the food system
Bachelor of Food Studies
The first of its kind in Australia, you'll develop skills to reshape our food systems. Field trips, site visits, hands-on learning and a range of electives are on offer.
Bachelor of Food Studies (Community Engagement)
Deepen your learning and experience with a supported year of community engagement within the food sector during the fourth year of your degree.
Master of Food Systems and Gastronomy
As the only program of its kind in Australia, explore the challenging problems facing contemporary food systems and cultures, to generate positive change within the food system.
Master of Philosophy
CRS1400429 (MT) and CRS1400430 (P&E)
Undertake research at Australia's premier learning institute for the Experience Industry. Whether by thesis or by Praxis and Exegesis, Angliss is ideally placed to offer you internationally recognised higher degrees by research programs with a compelling mix of academic rigour and practical real world experience.