This course will develop your practical skills and techniques in artisan food production, alongside teaching you how to establish sustainable and ethical food practices to improve current food production processes. You will explore the cultural importance of traditional artisan foods, both within the UK and further afield. You will also study microbiology, nutritional quality, chemistry and the physical and eating qualities of food. The course is delivered by professional artisan food specialists at The School of Artisan Food – based on the Welbeck Estate, in Nottinghamshire – alongside food technology specialists at Nottingham Trent University, on the Brackenhurst Campus.
Year One - Introduction to Artisan Bread - Patisserie and Viennoiserie - Artisan Dairy Production - Food Chemistry - Artisan Business Entrepreneurship and Marketing - Food Raw Materials Year Two - Consumer Nutrition and Health - Artisan Business Operations and Finance - Artisan Business Planning - Food Industry Professional Practice - Sustainable Food Production - The Artisan Shop Final year - Dissertation - Food Biochemistry - Product Innovation - Global Food Systems and Culture - Artisan Food Industry Management Full module descriptions and details can be found on the course page on the NTU website.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
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