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Bachelor of Nutrition

Undergraduate | TUA-BON-DEG | 2024

Promote wellness through food and nutrition

Explore the connection between nutrition and a healthy life. You’ll study macronutrients and the metabolism across the lifespan. Support public health through diet-focussed interventions. Graduate and register with the Nutrition Society of Australia.

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Bachelor of Nutrition

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Career opportunities

The Bachelor of Nutrition prepares you for a range of careers in Nutrition, with a focus on population health, nutrition-related health promotion and disease prevention. On completion, you’ll be open to roles in community nutrition, health promotion and advocacy, working with consumer organisations, food industry, government departments and community groups. This degree in Nutrition also provides a pathway to the Master of Public Health or Dietetics. On graduation, you may be eligible for registration with the Nutrition Society of Australia as an Associate Nutritionist and, with a further three years of relevant work experience and/or postgraduate studies, as a Registered Public Health Nutritionist or Registered Nutritionist.

Potential career paths include:

  • Public Health
  • Nutritionist Health
  • Promotion Officer
  • Nutrition Consultant
  • Community Development Officer.

Professional recognition

NSA recognised credentials

On graduation, you are eligible to register as an Associate Nutritionist with the Nutrition Society of Australia (NSA).

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