NB. Please use the information below as a guide only. A complete Semester 1 timetable detailing all rooms, lecturers and tutors will be available for download mid February and for Semester 2 in July. The program includes a large number of guest external lecturers in semester 2 and the medical and dietitian speakers are confirmed closer to their presentations.

First year

Semester 1

Four units of study are compulsory and lecture and tutorial times are listed below.
All classes are held on main campus.

Unit of study  Class times
Nutritional and Food Science
Mondays 10am-1pm (2 hour lecture and 1 hour tutorial - not week 1)
Wednesdays 2-4pm (2 hour lecture)
Methods in Nutritional Research
Tuesdays 10am-1pm (3 hour tutorial)
Thursdays 10am-12noon (2 hour lecture - not week 2)
Dietary Intake and Nutritional Assessmemt
Tuesdays 2-5pm
Wednesdays 10am-1pm
Dietetic Professional Studies
Mondays 2-4pm (not in Week 1 and 13)
Thursdays 1-4pm (lecture plus tutorial weeks 3, 4, 5, 6, 10)
Week 2 only: Thursday 9-5 and Friday 9-12 (workshops)
Week 11 only: Friday 9-5 (workshop)

The following units of study: NTDT5601, NTDT5602, NTDT5503, all have examinations held during formal exam weeks of semester 1 (Monday 18 June to Saturday 30 June) in addition to assignments to be completed during semester dates.

Semester 2

Semester 2 commences Monday 30 July with the examination period Monday 12 November to Saturday 24 November.

Please note that the professional placement semester in year 2 NTDT5612 normally commences in late January. The research semester follows normal University semester 2 dates.

For a complete description of all units of study please consult the Unit of Study descriptions in the online Unit of Study Handbook. The online handbook details each unit with a full listing of course objectives, student learning outcomes, learning commitments and contact hours, outline of all lectures tutorials and workshops, assignments, textbooks and recommended reading and all relevant University policies are made available as a PDF on your WebCT site.