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Admission to the Master of Food Technology requires you to have one of
Your qualification includes a thesis to the value of 120 credits. As you will be expected to do more than 90 credits of research please provide a short summary of your research interests (200 words or less) with your application.
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.
To plan your study and see what courses are necessary to complete your degree please check the regulations.
You will follow a parts-based course of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at least 180 credits, comprising Part One and Part Two as defined by the Courses Schedule.
For progression to Part Two of the 180 credit Master of Food Technology you must have maintained a B Grade Average over the Part One courses.
If you are admitted into the 120 credit Master of Food Technology (admission regulation (b) above) you will complete 120 credits of thesis courses from Part Two of the Schedule.
The Master of Food Technology is awarded without specialisation.
Your 120 credit master's degree will carry the award of Distinction, if completed at a superior standard (equivalent to First Class Honours), or Merit (equivalent to Second Class Honours, Division One) if completed within one year of first enrolling in full-time study or within three years of first enrolling in part-time study.
If completed within eighteen months of first enrolling in full-time study or within four years of first enrolling in part-time study, your 180 credit master's degree will carry the award of Distinction or Merit.
Students enrolling in a thesis commence with Part One followed by Part Two in the next enrolment period. Both parts combine to meet the thesis requirements with a single grade assigned to each part. If the thesis cannot be submitted at the end of the initial Part Two enrolment, the student must re-enrol in Part Two (and pay fees) each semester until submission is made, unless you meet the criteria for an extension.
These regulations should be read in conjunction with all other Statutes and Regulations of the University including the General Regulations for Postgraduate Degrees, Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Certificates
228.797 Research Methods in Engineering
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