Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) – BPASENUD1000 / Master of Nutrition and Dietetics - MANUTDIE1000

Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) / Master of Nutrition and Dietetics

View semester session codes here.

Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session
Course BPASENUD-01: Pass course; full-time, 3 years
Candidates must complete the BAppSc (Ex&SportSc) degree with an overall Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of at least 65 in order to be accepted into the Master of Nutrition and Dietetics. Students who do not achieve a WAM of 65 will graduate with the award of BAppSc (Ex&SportSc).

Year 1

Semester 1
CHEM1001
Fundamentals of Chemistry 1A
6    A There is no assumed knowledge of chemistry for this unit of study but students who have not completed HSC Chemistry (or equivalent) are strongly advised to take the Chemistry Bridging Course (offered in February).
N CHEM1101 or CHEM1901 or CHEM1903 or CHEM1909 or CHEM1109


Students who have not completed HSC Chemistry (or equivalent) are strongly advised to take the Chemistry Bridging Course (offered in February, see http://sydney.edu.au/science/chemistry/studying-chemistry/bridging-course.shtml).
Semester 1
or
CHEM1101
Chemistry 1A
6    A HSC Chemistry and Mathematics. Students who have not completed HSC Chemistry (or equivalent) and HSC Mathematics (or equivalent) are strongly advised to take the Chemistry and Mathematics Bridging Courses (offered in February).
N CHEM1001 or CHEM1901 or CHEM1903 or CHEM1909 or CHEM1109


Students who have not completed HSC Chemistry (or equivalent) and HSC Mathematics (or equivalent) are strongly advised to take the Chemistry and Mathematics Bridging Courses (offered in February, http://sydney.edu.au/science/chemistry/studying-chemistry/bridging-course.shtml).
Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
and
BIOS1168
Functional Musculoskeletal Anatomy A
6    N BIOS1136 or BIOS1159 or BIOS5090


Semester 1 Unit Coordinator is A/Prof Leslie Nicholson, Semester 2 unit coordinator is Dr Bronwen Ackermann
Semester 1
Semester 2
EXSS1032
Fundamentals of Exercise Science
6      Semester 1
HSBH1003
Health, Behaviour and Society
6    N BACH1130 or BACH1132 or BACH1133 or BACH1134 or BACH1161
Semester 1
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Semester 2
CHEM1002
Fundamentals of Chemistry 1B
6    P CHEM1001 or CHEM1101
N CHEM1102 or CHEM1902 or CHEM1904 or CHEM1108
Semester 2
or
CHEM1102
Chemistry 1B
6    P CHEM1101 or CHEM1901, or a Distinction in CHEM1001
N CHEM1002 or CHEM1902 or CHEM1904 or CHEM1108
Semester 1
Semester 2
Summer Main
and
BIOS1170
Body Systems: Structure and Function
6    N BIOS1127 or BIOS1133 or BIOS2098 or BIOS2099 or BMED2403 or PHSI2005 or PHSI2006
Semester 1
Semester 2
EXSS1029
Muscle Mechanics and Training
6      Semester 2
EXSS1018
Biomechanics of Human Movement
6    A HSC Mathematics
Semester 2
SEMESTER 2 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS

Year 2 (first offered 2017)

Semester 1
BIOS1169
Functional Musculoskeletal Anatomy B
6    P BIOS1168
N BIOS1139 or BIOS1144 or BIOS1160
Semester 1
Semester 2
BIOS1171
Neuroscience
6    N BIOS1137 or BIOS2103


Semester 1 coordinator is Dr Jin Huang, Semester 2 coordinator is Dr Alan Freeman
Semester 1
Semester 2
EXSS2018
Biomechanical Analysis of Movement
6    P EXSS1018
Semester 1
EXSS2028
Exercise Physiology and Biochemistry
6    A BIOS1167 and EXSS1032
N EXSS2017 or EXSS2019
Semester 1
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Semester 2
EXSS2021
Nutrition, Health and Performance
6    P EXSS2028
Semester 2
EXSS2022
Exercise Physiology-Training Adaptations
6    P EXSS2028
Semester 2
EXSS3023
Exercise Testing and Prescription
6    A EXSS2027 or EXSS2028
Semester 2
BIOL1007
From Molecules to Ecosystems
6    A HSC Biology. Students who have not completed HSC Biology (or equivalent) are strongly advised to take the Biology Bridging Course (offered in February).
N BIOL1907 or BIOL1997
Semester 2
SEMESTER 2 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS

Year 3

Semester 1
BCHM2072
Human Biochemistry
6    P 6cp from (BIOL1XX7, MBLG1XXX) and 12cp from CHEM1XXX
N BCHM2002 or BCHM2102 or BCHM2972 or BCHM2902 or BCHM2112 or BMED2401 or BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2404 or BMED2405 or BMED2406 or BMED2801 or BMED2802 or BMED2803 or BMED2804 or BMED2805 or BMED2806 or BMED2807 or BMED2808


Recommended concurrent units of study: (MBLG2071 or MBLG2971) and BCHM2071 for progression to Senior Biochemistry.
Semester 1
EXSS3024
Exercise, Health and Disease
6    A EXSS3023 and (EXSS2022 or EXSS2027)
Semester 1
EXSS3049
Sport and Exercise Psychology
6    P BACH1161 or HSBH1003
Semester 1
MBLG2071
Molecular Biology and Genomics
6    P 6cp from (BIOL1XX7, MBLG1XXX),and 12cp from CHEM1XXX
N BCHM2001 or MBLG2111 or MBLG2871 or BCHM2901 or AGCH2001 or MBLG2901 or BCHM2101 or MBLG2101 or MBLG2971 or MBLG2771 or MBLG2001


Recommended concurrent units of study: (BCHM2071 or BCHM2971) and (BCHM2072 or BCHM2972) for progression to Senior Biochemistry.
Semester 1
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Semester 2
EXSS2025
Motor Control and Learning
6    A BIOS1171
Semester 1
Semester 2
EXSS2026
Growth, Development and Ageing
6      Semester 2
EXSS3045
Professional Practice
6    P EXSS3023
Semester 1
Semester 2
HSBH1007
Health Science and Research
6    N HSBH2007
Semester 1
Semester 2
SEMESTER 2 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Note
Entry to the Master of Nutrition and Dietetics is dependent on the student achieving a credit (65%) average or above in the undergraduate degree.

Master of Nutrition and Dietetics

Course MANUTDIE-01: Pass course; full-time, 2 years

Year 1

Semester 1
NTDT5503
Dietary Intake and Nutritional Assessment
6    C NTDT5602 and NTDT5601 and NTDT5604
Semester 1
NTDT5601
Nutritional and Food Science
6    C NTDT5602 and NTDT5503 and (NTDT5604 or NTDT5504)
Semester 1
NTDT5602
Methods in Nutrition Research
6    C NTDT5601 and NTDT5503 and (NTDT5504 or NTDT5604)
Semester 1
NTDT5604
Dietetics Professional Studies
6    C NTDT5601 and NTDT5602 and NTDT5503
Semester 1
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Semester 2
NTDT5305
Food Service Management
6    P NTDT5601 and NTDT5503 and NTDT5604 and NTDT5602
C NTDT5307 and NTDT5608
Semester 2
NTDT5307
Medical Nutrition
12    P NTDT5503 and NTDT5601 and NTDT5602 and NTDT5604
C NTDT5305 and NTDT5608
Semester 2
NTDT5608
Community and Public Health Nutrition
6    C NTDT5305 and NTDT5307


NTDT5608 is available as an elective to students in the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Medicine as well as the Master of Science in Medicine (Metabolic Health). For these students, there are no prerequisites for entry into NTDT5608. However, these students must apply for Special Permission from the unit of study coordinator in order to be enrolled.
Semester 2
SEMESTER 2 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS

Year 2

Semester 1
NTDT5612
Dietetics Training Placement
24    P NTDT5601 and NTDT5503 and NTDT5604 and NTDT5602 and NTDT5305 and NTDT5307 and NTDT5608


Department permission required for enrolment. Placements commence in late January or early July.
Intensive February
Intensive July
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Semester 2
NTDT5310
Nutrition Research Project
24      Semester 1
Semester 2
SEMESTER 2 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS

Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) Honours / Master of Nutrition and Dietetics

View semester session codes here.

Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session
Course BHASESSH-01: Honours program; full-time, 4 years
Candidates must complete the BAppSc (Ex&SportSc) degree with an overall Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of at least 65 in order to be accepted into the Master of Nutrition and Dietetics. Students who do not achieve a WAM of 65 will graduate with the award of BAppSc (Ex&SportSc).

Years 1-3

As per Pass course

Year 4

Semester 1
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
BHSC4005
Honours Thesis A
24   

This unit constitutes 40% of the final Honours grade.
Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 2
BHSC4006
Honours Thesis B
24    P BHSC4005


This unit constitutes 60% of the final Honours mark.
Semester 1
Semester 2
Note
Entry to the Master of Nutrition and Dietetics is dependent on the student achieving a credit (65%) average or above in the undergraduate degree.

Master of Nutrition and Dietetics

Course MANUTDIE-01: Pass course; full-time, 2 years

Year 1

Semester 1
NTDT5503
Dietary Intake and Nutritional Assessment
6    C NTDT5602 and NTDT5601 and NTDT5604
Semester 1
NTDT5601
Nutritional and Food Science
6    C NTDT5602 and NTDT5503 and (NTDT5604 or NTDT5504)
Semester 1
NTDT5602
Methods in Nutrition Research
6    C NTDT5601 and NTDT5503 and (NTDT5504 or NTDT5604)
Semester 1
NTDT5604
Dietetics Professional Studies
6    C NTDT5601 and NTDT5602 and NTDT5503
Semester 1
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Semester 2
NTDT5305
Food Service Management
6    P NTDT5601 and NTDT5503 and NTDT5604 and NTDT5602
C NTDT5307 and NTDT5608
Semester 2
NTDT5307
Medical Nutrition
12    P NTDT5503 and NTDT5601 and NTDT5602 and NTDT5604
C NTDT5305 and NTDT5608
Semester 2
NTDT5608
Community and Public Health Nutrition
6    C NTDT5305 and NTDT5307


NTDT5608 is available as an elective to students in the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Master of Medicine as well as the Master of Science in Medicine (Metabolic Health). For these students, there are no prerequisites for entry into NTDT5608. However, these students must apply for Special Permission from the unit of study coordinator in order to be enrolled.
Semester 2
SEMESTER 2 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS

Year 2

Semester 1
NTDT5612
Dietetics Training Placement
24    P NTDT5601 and NTDT5503 and NTDT5604 and NTDT5602 and NTDT5305 and NTDT5307 and NTDT5608


Department permission required for enrolment. Placements commence in late January or early July.
Intensive February
Intensive July
SEMESTER 1 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS
Semester 2
NTDT5310
Nutrition Research Project
24      Semester 1
Semester 2
SEMESTER 2 TOTAL: 24 CREDIT POINTS