BP289 - Bachelor of Food Technology and Nutrition/Bachelor of Business
Plan: BP289FTNDD - Bachelor of Food Technology and Nutrition/Bachelor of Business
Campus: City Campus
Program Learning Outcomes Statement
Upon completion of your program you will have achieved the following Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs):
Bachelor of Food Technology and Nutrition:
PLO1: Apply a broad and coherent knowledge of scientific theories, principles, concepts and practices relevant to the fields of food technology and nutrition.
PLO2: Analyse and critically examine scientific evidence with reflection of the role, relevance and significance of food technology and nutrition in society.
PLO3: Apply principles of scientific inquiry, tools and techniques relevant to food and nutrition industries to solve problems and inform evidence-based decision making.
PLO4: Critically evaluate and communicate concepts and practices relevant to the fields of food technology and nutrition to diverse audiences utilising contemporary and traditional formats employing professional integrity and culturally safe practices.
PLO5: Work independently with agility, safety, and accountability for own learning and professional future.
PLO6: Collaborate and contribute within diverse, multi-disciplinary teams, with commitment to diversity, equity and globally inclusive perspectives and practices including First Nations knowledges and input.
Bachelor of Business:
PLO1: Explain your role as a local, national and global citizen and be able to apply these perspectives in business contexts.
PLO 2: Integrate business knowledge, social intelligence and ethical decision-making in ways that are inclusive and culturally-appropriate to produce outcomes that are impactful, sustainable and fair.
PLO 3: Analyse complex challenges and formulate innovative solutions in real-world contexts.
PLO 4: Reflect on and continuously progress your own professional development, enhancing your intellectual agility and adaptability as tools for success in ever-changing business contexts.
PLO 5: Coherently articulate technical and conceptual business knowledge that is both contemporary and interdisciplinary.Top of page
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