M.Sc. - Dietetics; M.Sc. - Public Health Nutrition
Dietetics is the management of diseases that are amenable to dietary intervention and the prevention of nutrition related disorders. A dietitian influences food selection and eating behaviour of an individual based on specific nutritional or food requirements. This course takes you through a clinical and health promotion focused course and includes three blocks of integrated practice placements within a hospital and/or primary care settings. Successful students will be recommended to the Health Professions Council for Registration as a dietitian.
Queen Margaret University
Tuition & Financial Aid
Financial Aid Offered: No