Nutrition and Metabolism
Study in the area of Nutrition and Metabolism is taught by the School of Life and Environmental Sciences in the Faculty of Science. Units of study in this major are available at standard level.
Program structure and content
The School of Life and Environmental Sciences teaches Nutrition and Metabolism to Science and Medical Science students at the Senior level. Students who complete this major and relevant studies in physiology in an undergraduate degree fulfil the minimum requirements for an application for entry into the Master of Nutrition and Dietetics degree. Refer to the relevant department/school entries for descriptions of other units required for this major.
First year planning for a Nutrition and Metabolism major
Essential: BIOL1007/1907/1997 and 12 credit points of Junior CHEM.
Recommended: 6 credit points of Junior BIOL.
Dr Kim Bell-Anderson
T +61 2 9351 6267
Level 3 West, The Hub, Room 3213
Charles Perkins Centre Education and Research Hub D17
University of Sydney