The Master of Nutrition is a graduate- entry degree that qualifies you to work as a nutritionist and pursue a diverse career in health, focusing on how food and nutrition impacts the health and wellbeing of individuals, families, communities and populations.
This course provides you with advanced knowledge in biological, social and policy related aspects of human nutrition, opening doors to a multitude of opportunities in health encompassing acute or community health facilities, public health, food and nutrition policy, health promotion and individuals and families or food industry, and research.
You'll study mostly online, and complete 100 days of work-integrated learning during supported, relevant practical placements and projects in food service, nutrition communication, nutrition project and research supported by CDU academics.
There are unique placement opportunities in the Northern Territory local, rural and remote areas.
Australia needs competent health professionals who understand the impact of nutrition on health to address the prevention and treatment of illness and this course prepares students to take on this challenge.
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.