By studying a Bachelor of Nutrition Science, you’ll develop the skills to provide evidence-based recommendations, as well as work on policy and research to improve health outcomes.
You’ll learn from experienced NGO and industry partners, including Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania, TasCOSS, Tasmanian School Canteens Association, and more. To make sure you graduate job-ready, you’ll undertake a minimum of 80 hours professional experience placement as part of a team with our industry partners. Here, you’ll apply your nutrition and healthy eating knowledge, education program planning, and community engagement skills, in real-world scenarios, including in rural and remote community settings.
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