Study

All of the courses in the School of Food Science and Environmental Health are based in the state of the art building in the Central Quad, Grangegorman. 

All courses have access to the newly designed, purpose-built laboratory facilities and equipment the new campus has to offer. The School has Food chemistry labs, food microbiology labs, food sensory lab, food processing hall, clean room facility, fermentation lab, instrumentation lab and project labs. 

The building is equipped with large lecture theatres, smaller class rooms and tutorial rooms and informal learning spaces.

Students will also be supported through our virtual learning environment, BrightSpace and may avail of E-learning supports. 

Use the sections below to read more about our courses.

 

The School has a portfolio of courses from level 6 (Higher Certificate) to level 8 (Honours degree). 

For all of the courses offered below, just click on the link to access further information. If you have any further queries in relation to the course you will find contact details at the links below or you can contact the School office at foodscience@TUDublin.ie. 

Level 8 courses

TU869 BSc. (Hons) Environmental Health 

TU875 BSc. (Hons) Pharmaceutical Healthcare 

TU881 BSc. (Hons) Food Innovation 

TU882 BSc. (Hons) Nutraceuticals in Health & Nutrition 

TU944 BSc. (Hons) Culinary Science

Level 6 courses 

TU645 Higher Certificate Food Science & Management  

TU654 Higher Certificate Pharmacy Technician Studies 

Progression from Level 6 to Level 8

Students graduating from the level 6 programmes, TU645 and TU654 who achieve high grades are eligible to apply for advanced entry to the level 8 honours degrees courses through the University advanced entry process. 

Hear from our Lecturers and our Graduates

Prospective students may be interested in hearing from some of our lecturers, students and graduates, using the videos below.

TU882 Nutraceuticals in Health & Nutrition - Graduate Story

 

TU882 Nutraceuticals in Health & Nutrition - Lecturer Overview

TU881 Food Innovation - Graduate Story

TU881 Food Innovation - Lecturer Overview

TU875 Pharmaceutical Healthcare - Graduate Story

TU875 Pharmaceutical Healthcare - Lecturer Overview

TU645 Food Science & Management - Graduate Story

TU645 Food Science & Management - Lecturer Overview

TU654 - Pharmacy Technician Studies - Graduate Story

TU654 - Pharmacy Technician Studies - Lecturer Overview

TU869 Environmental Health - Graduate Story

TU869 Environmental Health - Lecturer Overview

 

The School of Food Science and Environmental Health has two very successful, long-established MSc programmes producing graduates for the relevant sectors for over twenty years. 

MSc Food Safety Management 

This interdisciplinary, skills-based MSc Programme, focuses on the complex, national and EU regulatory and management systems in place to ensure Food Safety and consumer protection, and reviews the many proposed future changes in Food Regulation. Many national and international food industry managers study on this level 9, MSc course that is offered part-time or full-time.  

TU269 MSc. Food Safety Management (Full Time) 

TU234 MSc. Food Safety Management (Part Time) 

MSc Environmental Health and Safety
MSc Health, Safety and Human Factors 
 

This MSc course is delivered in two streams; the Environmental Health & Safety stream, established in 1999; and the Health Safety and Human Factors stream introduced in 2019. The course enjoys a widespread academic and professional reputation. It is also accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) while the Human Factors stream gives access to full membership for the Irish Human Factors Ergonomics Society. 

TU260 MSc Environmental Health and Safety / Health, Safety and Human Factors (Full Time) 

TU261 MSc Environmental Health and Safety / Health, Safety and Human Factors (Part Time) 

Hear from our Lecturers and our Graduates

Prospective students may be interested in hearing from some of our lecturers, students and graduates, using the videos below.

TU260/TU261 MSc in Environmental Health & Safety - Graduate Story

TU260/TU261 MSc in Environmental Health & Safety - Lecturer Overview

TU234/TU269 MSc in Food Safety Management - Graduate Story

TU234/TU269 MSc in Food Safety Management - Lecturer Overview

The School of Food Science and Environmental Health invites applications for its short, Continuing Professional Development courses. These include:

CPDSH06-ENHE9001 International Public Health 

CPDSH06-ENHE9003 Research Methods for Environmental Health Officers 

CPDSH06-FOOD4010 Educating for Food Sustainability 

CPDSH06-TFSM 9007 Environmental Management II 

CPDSH06-TFSM9020 Human Factors and Ergonomics 

CPDSHO6-TFSM 9001 Risk Assessment 

Contact Foodscience@TUDublin.ie to express an interest in any of these courses.