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There are several career opportunities available for graduates with a B. Sc in Nutrition and Dietetics. Some of the most common career paths include:
Nutritionist/Dietitian: Graduates can work as nutritionists or dietitians, providing personalized diet plans to individuals and groups based on their health needs and lifestyle. They can work in hospitals, clinics, private practice, and community settings.
Food Service Manager: Graduates can work as food service managers, overseeing the preparation, production, and distribution of food in hospitals, schools, and other institutions. They are responsible for ensuring that meals are nutritious, safe, and meet dietary requirements.
Food Researcher: Graduates can work as food researchers, conducting studies on the effects of food and nutrients on human health, developing new food products, and evaluating food safety and quality.
Public Health Professional: Graduates can work as public health professionals, promoting healthy eating habits and preventing and managing nutrition-related diseases in communities.
Sports Nutritionist: Graduates can work as sports nutritionists, providing personalized diet plans for athletes to optimize their performance and recovery.
Wellness Coach: Graduates can work as wellness coaches, providing guidance and support to individuals and groups to improve their overall health and well-being through lifestyle changes and proper nutrition.
The study of food management, promotion of health through wholesome food, and a primary emphasis on the connection between the body and food are all covered in the BSc Nutrition and Dietetics course. There are a total of 6 semesters in the program. The course includes both core and elective topics, with the core topics being regarded as crucial and necessary for the student’s learning. These are some of the fundamental topics covered by students enrolled in the B.Sc. in Nutrition and Dietetics program: Food Quality and Management, Family meal management, Dietetics and Counselling and Food Science. Both conventional classroom instruction and hands-on lab workshops are used in the course. This is done to make sure that students have the opportunity to apply the knowledge they are learning in scenarios that they will encounter in the real world.