Master of Science in Dietetics and Master of Dietetics
MASTER & MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSc)
Dietetics postgraduate degrees, the students will gain knowledge in food science, applied nutrition, clinical pathology and pharmacology, social science, and therapeutic dietetics. The development of key skills including communication, research, and professionalism will enable them to become compassionate and competent practitioners who can deliver effective, evidence-based, and quality-driven care. The program has a one-year full-time professional training placement in clinical, food service, and community settings enabling them to get the best training possible
Key facts & Course Highlights
Dietetics is the study of those medical aspects of diseases that have a nutritional component in prevention or treatment. The primary aim of the Master of Dietetics programme is to prepare graduates with the professional and personal qualities required for future dietetic practice and to be, eligible for the credential of Registered / Accredited Practising Dietitian.
Dietetics programme is designed to meet the core fields of competency as defined by the profession, across a range of practice areas including clinical dietetics, community and public health nutrition and food service systems management.
The programme has a unique curriculum that emphasizes comprehensive modules such as medical nutrition therapy (clinical nutrition), food service and health promotion and hands-on professional training in the areas of dietetics, food service management and community and public health nutrition settings.
MSc. Dietiecs students will do a research project and submit a dissertation as partial fulfillment of the degree.
MASTER & MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSc) PROGRAMMES
IN Human Nutrition Global Public Health Nutrition Dietetics