Nutrition and Dietetics

Studying Nutrition and Dietetics

Nutrition and Dietetics is the science of health and well-being. It goes beyond what is on your plate, and explores the interaction of the human body with food substances and nutrients, including digestion, absorption and utilization, and the way they affect your health across the entire lifespan.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the program will be able to:
- Have the knowledge, skills and values to make a real difference in their communities.
- Critically evaluate scientific research.
- Develop skills in conducting nutrition screening.
- Assess and analyze nutritional needs, and develop personalized nutrition plans.
- Communicate effectively and ethically with their patients/clients.

Career Opportunities

Graduates work in various areas, including health care facilities—clinical & food service—, food & beverage industries, private clinics, diet centers/catering companies, nongovernmental organizations, ministries, and research.

Unlock the Secrets of Health and Well-being


To Graduate

Faculty Requirements: 21 Credits
Specialization Requirements: 43 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
Free Electives: 9 Credits
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