MSc Public Health Nutrition
The vision for the future is that nutrition can be used as a focus through which a range of major health problems can be addressed directly. By improving the health of the people in and around Southampton, and establishing a focus of excellence on the south coast, a model will be established that will help to define national policy and to which others in the world can aspire.
This MSc is designed to prepare you for professional practice in public health nutrition in the EU or internationally. The programme is accredited by The Association for Nutrition.
Programmes build on a sound theoretical framework, and apply this to enable you to solve nutrition-related health problems in whatever setting you work. On successful completion of the MSc Programme you will be able to register as an Associate Public Health Nutritionist on the professional register of The Association for Nutrition. You will also be able to show leadership in nutrition and nutrition-related issues as well as the determinants of dietary and food aspects of health and well-being.
The Programme will also develop your professional values and competencies that will enable you to work ethically in professional practice. The Masters Programme aims to give you the skills to develop your approach to solving problems, building on a logical and hierarchical approach that starts with understanding the underlying causes of problems to the best way to develop, implement and evaluate programmes of work aimed at solving those problems.
University of Southampton
International Student Requirements:
All students should meet the University's English Language requirements. US students who have been taught and assessed in English do not need to provide evidence of their ability.