University of chester human nutrition

University of chester human nutrition

Human Nutrition

BSc (Hons)

Accelerate your journey to becoming a registered nutritionist through the development of a unique mix of biological, social and nutrition based skills.

Course overview

Our Human Nutrition course is accredited by the Association for Nutrition (AfN). Professional registration with the AfN is rapidly gaining recognition by key employers. Our graduates can register with the AfN as Associate Nutritionists. Highly trained professionals in nutrition are increasingly needed to provide expert advice on the nutrition, safety and health benefits of food for individuals, the community and the food industry.

University of chester human nutrition

Why Study Human Nutrition with us?

The Department of Clinical Sciences at Chester has enjoyed an excellent reputation in nutrition, and is one of the largest providers of nutrition-related courses in the UK. One feature of this course is the seminar series. Our seminars are designed to improve all aspects of communication skills, encourage critical reflection, and address the competencies needed to become a professional accredited nutritionist with the AfN. Opportunities to enhance your employability skills are embedded throughout the course and are delivered by specialist tutors.

The course provides a unique mix of biological, social and nutrition-based knowledge and skills, designed to engage you in the context of food and culture, diet and nutrition.

If you have any questions, or are unsure if your qualifications meet these requirements, please contact us using the details below.

Admissions

University of chester human nutrition

Human Nutrition

MSc

This course aims to develop your understanding of the principles of nutrition, and will enable you to scientifically evaluate the links between diet, health and disease.

Course overview

It is becoming increasingly apparent that nutrition plays a key role in both health and disease. This course aims to develop an understanding of the principles of nutrition and enables students to scientifically evaluate the links between diet, health and disease.