The Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Nutrition is a combined course that qualifies you to pursue a diverse career in health, focusing on how food and nutrition impacts health across individuals, families, communities and industry.
CDU's Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Nutrition will prepare you for roles in a wide range of roles in food research, dietetic studies, food and health policy, or individual or community nutrition strategies and public health.
You'll study mostly online, and complete 100 days of work-integrated learning during supported, relevant practical projects in food service, nutrition communication,a nutrition project and research.
You'll graduate with both an undergraduate and a postgraduate qualification, ready to work in nutrition-focused roles in food and nutrition policy, food industry, community health organisations, acute care settings, or in public health and health promotion.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island students are encouraged to apply. CDU's Indigenous Student Support services are on hand to support you through your degree.
This course offers international study opportunities and welcomes international students with a dedicated academic to provide support to international students.