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Associate Degree in Applied Science (Fermentation and Separation)

Undergraduate | TAS-SFS-ADG | 2024

Learn the science behind food and drink production

Want to create innovative products in the food and beverage space? This specialised course will give you the knowledge you need to excel in brewing, winemaking or food fermentation. You’ll study key areas like microbiology, chemistry and quality management.

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2 years full time or part time equivalent
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Associate Degree in Applied Science (Fermentation and Separation)

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Graduation from the Associate Degree in Applied Science can provide an entry opportunity for those who have not worked in science; accelerate progression through a graduate’s present organisation; or open up new career pathways and opportunities.

Opportunities for students specialising in Applied Science (Fermentation and Separation) include brewing, wine making, fermented food and drink product manufacture, distillation, alkaloids, biodiesel, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, forensics, essential oils and water treatment.

Career outlook

Unknown average
Brewery Workers:
$60K to $74K
Chemists, and Food and Wine Scientists:
Over $120K
Life Scientists:
$93K to $120K
Wine Makers:
$93K to $120K

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