About this program

This program has been withdrawn and will not be available for commencing (new) students after Semester 1-2014.

Students currently enrolled in this program (continuing students) will be able to complete their studies and graduate with this award.

Prospective (future) students interested in this area are referred to the Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (1355). Applicants who possess a suitable Bachelor degree may be eligible for the Graduate Entry strand of this program.

Your study will involve deepening your understanding of the relationship between food, health and disease. You will take part in a broad range of learning activities to enable you to practice in a wide range of settings. These include but are not limited to health research, food industry, clinical dietetics in hospitals, private practice and aged care, health promotion, nutrition communications, public health policy and community nutrition services.