Course outcomes

Throughout this course you will develop knowledge of food, nutrients, biochemistry, physiology, statistics, epidemiology, food service management and the pathophysiology of chronic diseases. You will also develop skills of critical thinking, problem solving, hypothesis testing, experimental design, planning and organisation, communication, counselling and computing.

After successfully completing the 2-year course, you are eligible to apply for provisional Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) status and work as a dietitian /nutritionist. Prior to this, student membership of DAA is encouraged.