The MSc Nutrition, Health and Wellbeing has been designed and developed in consultation with industry and academic advisors from across the fields of public nutrition, food, agriculture, sports science, and consumer sciences. This course will equip you with the knowledge, understanding and practical skills in public nutrition, health and wellbeing, through a number of concisely designed modules and diverse assignments. You will learn about current public nutrition endeavours, including the pandemic status of Type 2 diabetes and other globally recognisable conditions. This will be achieved through learning about the epidemiology and cultural diets and quality improvement for health and wellbeing. You will also develop a comprehensive understanding of the food systems, and how those impact the status of public health in both, national and global spectrums while gaining the skills to positively influence the public nutrition environment through tested quality improvement methodologies, eating behaviour and health communication skills. Apart from the above, the course will provide insights into the topic of sustainability and sustainable diets, providing more employability skills for future industry professionals, especially in the light of arising food and nutrition insecurity threats.
You should have an honours degree (2:2 or above) from a UK university or equivalent. Applicants without the above qualifications but possessing relevant work experience are invited to apply. In exceptional circumstances, candidates seeking entry on to the programme without non-standard academic qualifications will be considered in accordance with the University’s policy for the Recognition of Prior (Experiential) Learning.
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