MVI386 Practical Dairy Technology
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Course responsible: Siv Borghild Skeie, Beate Bjørgan
Teachers: Martine Andrea Olsen, Beate Bjørgan, Davide Porcellato, Marius Austeng Normann, Ahmed Moheyeldin Abdelghani, May Helene Aalberg, Judith Ann Narvhus, Kari Ragnhild Olsen, Ola Tjåland, Anne-Grethe Johansen
ECTS credits: 5
Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science
Teaching language: EN, NO
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Teaching exam periods:
Course frequency: Yearly
First time: Study year 2015-2016
MSc students in Food Science.
Practical course in dairy technology, in which the students do practical experiments in the Dairy Pilot Plant. Focus on how various technological factors influence the quality of fermented dairy products. Products will vary from year to year, e. g. fermented milk, yoghurt, Cottage Cheese, Quark, Feta, Mozarella and ripened cheese. A practical product development will also be done, where the students work on a topic related to development of dairy products, preferably from a sustainability perspective.
The course is given in the January block as a practical in KBMs pilot plant and laboratories. The students will work individually and in groups. Journals should be submitted from each topic, in line with international standards for scientific publishing.
The teachers will be available for the students according to a schedule given at the start of the course.
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Walstra, P et al. 2006. "Dairy Science and Technology", Second Edition, CRC, Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, London, New York.
In addition relevant scientific papers, please check Canvas for detalied information.
MVI321 or equivalent.
Journals should be written after each practical. Each journal is graded. The product development practical is presented by the group and graded.
The final grade is the mean of grades given for the journals and the presantation.
The journals counts 70 % and the presentation counts 30 %.
Total workload is 150 hours, of which 120 hours is used in the laboratory/pilot plant, and the remaining 30 is used for journal writing.
Special Requirements in Science.
Type of course:
Three weeks' intensive course in January:
- Planned practicals 80 hours
- Product development 40 hours
- Journal writing 30 hours
An external examiner approves the practicals. An internal examiner evaluates the journals. The external examiner evaluates the product development presentations.
Examination details: Portfolio: Letter grades