Sustainable Food Systems - Sligo

Study Hours
Students should allow 7 hours per week, consisting of 2 hours online evening lectures and 5 hours independent learning and project work.

Who should apply?
Those who work in the food and drink industry with full or increased levels of responsibility in sustainability within their businesses.

Subjects taught

Introduction to Sustainability
Systems Thinking
Sustainable Production
Sustainability Across the Supply Chain
Sustainable Food Systems and
Regulatory Interactions
Research Methods in Food
Regulatory Affairs and
Sustainable Food Systems
Sustainability and International Markets
Professional Development in
Sustainable Food Systems
Dissertation in Food Regulatory
Affairs and Sustainable Food Systems

Entry requirements

A Level 8 Degree or Level 9 in other areas with sufficient work experience as assessed by ATU. Applicants with other qualifications and relevant work experience may also be considered through ATU Sligo’s Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process.


2 years part-time, online.

On-Campus Attendance
No attendance required.

More details
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  • Qualifications

    Degree - Masters (Level 9 NFQ)

  • Attendance type

    Part time

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