Graduate Programs

How to ApplyBrescia University College has two Graduate Studies options available.

Master of Science in Foods and Nutrition

The Master of Science in Foods and Nutrition (MScFN) is designed for students who want to advance their education in the field of Food and Nutrition. The MScFN is a Western University School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies program, which is housed at Brescia University College, an affiliate of Western University.

The MScFN has two very different program streams: the Internship Stream which includes an accredited Dietetic Practicum, and the Thesis Stream which focuses on research. Please review each section for more information on the different program options, and the eligibility requirements for applying to each.

Although Brescia University College is housed at a women’s university, the MScFN program accepts a diverse range of students into the program, including all genders.

We welcome you to view a student greeting from each MScFN program stream at Meet a Student

For a brief overview of the MScFN program check out the comprehensive Masters of Science in Food and Nutrition brochure. MScFN Brochure 2020

Brescia University College also offers a related Post-Degree Diploma Program that includes an accredited Dietetic Practicum: Diploma in Dietetic Education and Practical Training

Master of Engineering in Food Processing

Western Engineering, in collaboration with Brescia’s School of Food and Nutritional Sciences, offers a Master of Engineering (MEng) in Food Processing. This one-year graduate program provides students theoretical and practical skills to meet the demands of the food industry.

For further information including program contact details, please visit the Western University Engineering MEng program website or view the program brochure linked here: MEngFoodProc-2019