A public health nutritionist aims to promote health and well-being through food and nutrition, help people make healthier choices, create an environment which promotes health, and develop supportive health-related policy.
Why Study Public Health Nutrition with us?
The Department of Clinical Sciences and Nutrition has an excellent reputation in nutrition at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. We have considerable teaching and research expertise in the areas of public health nutrition and allied subjects. Our staff are enthusiastic and helpful, and pride themselves on the extra help provided to those who require it.
- meets the current training needs to produce graduates with the necessary knowledge, skills and experience to work as public health nutritionists
- provides a wide range of career opportunities
- ensures a strong practitioner-based focus
- aims to help you develop transferable public health skills.
The course is highly flexible, allowing you to study full time or part time to suit your personal and work commitments. Flexibility is achieved through the delivery of modules over three-day blocks (see our Timetable 2017/18) followed by eight weeks of campus – or home-based learning. This allows students nationally and internationally to attend the course. Our course is delivered by a team of experienced academics and also practitioners who work in high-profile areas.