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Graduate studies programme:

Food Engineering (I.P.A.)

Legal framework:

The undergraduate programme is based on the first specialization of the Food Processing Technology faculty, which was renamed Food Engineering in 2012, as it was being re-accredited (ARACIS Address no. 3985 / 08.06.2012). The IPA undergraduate programme is included in the list of domains and specialisations for undergraduate studies published in the Nomenclature of academic fields of undergraduate studies and their respective specializations (M.O. no. 447 / 22.07.2013). The educational offer of the undergraduate programme also includes paid tuition for part time studies (IFR).

Professional competencies:

  • identification, description and appropriate use of specific concepts of food science and food safety;
  • general engineering process management, operation of facilities and equipment for the food industry;
  • management, analysis and design of food technology from raw materials to finished product;
  • design of new food products, implementation and project management;
  • production management, food quality control and implementation of marketing processes;
  • management technologies for food by-products and waste and ensuring environmental protection.

Possible occupations according to COR:

Purchases analyst / suppliers consultant - 243301; Food safety auditor - 325714; Food advisor engineer - 214517; Expert in accessing EU structural and cohesion funds - 242213; Food  expert engineer - 214518; Extrajudicial technical expert - 214951; Research engineer in agricultural processing technology - 214124; Food technology engineer - 214514; Food inspector engineer - 214519; Teacher in secondary education - 233002; Food design engineer - 214516; Food reviewer engineer.

GRADUATE STUDIES PROGRAMME:

Food control and expertise (C.E.P.A.)

Legal framework:

The undergraduate programme Food control and expertise (C.E.P.A.), the first programme of its kind in Romania, has a tradition of 20 years in preparing food industry engineers specialised in quality control and ensurance and food safety. The CEPA undergraduate programme is accredited (ARACIS Address no. 7978 / 03.08.2010) and included in the list of domains and specialisations for undergraduate studies published in the Nomenclature of academic fields of undergraduate studies and their respective specializations (M.O. no. 447 / 7/22/2013). The educational offer of the undergraduate programme also includes paid tuition for part time studies (IFR).

 Professional competencies:

  • Identification, description and appropriate use of specific concepts in food science and food safety;
  • General engineering process management, operation of facilities and equipment for the food industry;
  • Management, analysis and design of food technology from raw materials to finished product;
  • Designing, implementing and monitoring quality management and food safety systems;
  • Food control and expertise, including consumer protection;
  • Conducting management and marketing activities in the agri-food chain.

Possible occupations according to COR:

Quality analyst - 214131; Quality auditor - 214130; Food safety auditor - 325714; Food advisor engineer - 214517; Expert in accessing EU structural and cohesion funds - 242213; Food expert engineer - 214518; Extrajudicial technical Expert - 214951; Customs inspector - 335105; Research engineer in food quality control - 214534; Food processing engineer - 214514; Food inspector engineer - 214519.

GRADUATE STUDIES PROGRAMME:

Consumer and Environmental Protection (P.C.M.)

Legal framework:

The undergraduate programme Consumer and Environmental Protection (P.C.M.) is the second programME of its kind established in Romania, in response to requests from the labor market, as well as new legislative regulations. The P.C.M. undergraduate programme is authorized (ARACIS Address no. 3902 / 08.06.2012) and included in the list of domains and specialisations for undergraduate studies published in the Nomenclature of academic fields of undergraduate studies and their respective specializations (M.O. no. 447 / 22.07.2013). The educational offer of the undergraduate full-time PCM programme includes budgeted as well as paid tuition.

 Professional competencies:

  • applying ISO standards for total quality ensurance, consumer and environmental protection;
  • developing, implementing and managing projects in the field of consumer and environmental protection;
  • maximizing expertise, developing the ability to identify and locate environmental problems;
  • establishing the interaction of natural and anthropogenic factors and evaluating their impact upon the natural, anthropogenic environment and upon food safety.

Possible occupations according to COR:

Food expert engineer - 214518; Production engineer - 215205; Food inspector engineer - 214519; Expert in accessing EU structural and cohesion funds - 242213; Environmental auditor - 325703; Environmental analyst - 263203; Research assistant in ecology and environmental protection - 213147; Environmental inspector - 325712;

GRADUATE STUDIES PROGRAMME:

Extracts and Natural Food Additives (E.A.N.A.)

Legal framework:

The undergraduate programme Extracts and Natural Food Additives (EANA) is unique on a national level and has a tradition of 20 years in training food processing engineers specialised in obtaining and using food additives. The EANA undergraduate programme is accredited (ARACIS Address no. 8100 / 10.08.2010) and included in the list of of domains and specialisations for undergraduate studies published in the Nomenclature of academic fields of undergraduate studies and their respective specializations (M.O. no.  447 / 7/22/2013). The educational offer of the undergraduate full-time programme E.A.N.A. includes budgeted as well as paid tuition.

Professional competencies:

  • Describing, analysing and using basic concepts and theories in the area of engineering sciences;
  • Describing, analysing and using basic concepts and theories in the area of chemistry and chemical engineering;
  • Operating processes and equipment by applying knowledge in the field of chemical engineering;
  • Operating processes and equipment required in the processing of natural extracts and additives;
  • Using basic management concepts for processing, refining and preserving natural extracts and food additives.

Possible occupations according to COR:

Chemical advisor engineer - 214504; Chemical expert engineer - 214505; Food processing expert engineer - 214518; Production engineer - 215205; Chemical inspector engineer - 214506; Food inspector engineer - 214519; Chemical engineer referee - 214507; Food processing engineer referee - 214520.

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