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Course summary

Designed for graduates in human nutrition, clinical nutrition and related health profession degrees. The course is accredited by the Association for Nutrition. This applied nutrition masters is ideal for health and social care professionals. It supports those professionals dealing with patients and clients who often present with complex health needs. This is a flexible course which is delivered on a modular basis. This allows you to study in a way to suit your continuing professional development needs. The MSc programme is offered over one to six years, so you can complete it alongside your career role. You'll improve your competencies and clinical management skills, which will help advance your career. Modules cover key topics in nutrition. You'll study: gastroenterology diabetes weight management public health nutrition support paediatric nutrition research skills in nutrition You'll be taught by a dynamic teaching team, many of whom are registered dietitians. Visiting lecturers include service users and national experts in clinical nutrition. You'll improve your evidence-based practitioner competence through keynote lectures from clinical experts and small group discussions. Accredited course This means on graduation you can join the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists. Their aim is to regulate the professional practice of nutrition. Members can become registered associate nutritionists.

Modules

Modules cover key topics in nutrition. You'll study gastroenterology, diabetes, weight management, public health and nutrition support. If you are studying for the masters programme, you'll learn research skills in preparation for your project. The project involves the application of investigative, critical and analytical skills, and the presentation of a report.


Entry requirements

Please see the course page page for further details on entry requirements.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

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Clinical Nutrition at University of Nottingham - UCAS