Master of Health Sciences (Clinical Nutrition)

by | Apr 16, 2019

Master of Health Sciences (Clinical Nutrition) program offers advanced training for health professionals involved in patient care and nutritional support team. Courses are carried out through lectures, seminars, problem-based learning and discussions. In the final semester, students can choose either to conduct a clinical nutrition research or clinical/industrial attachment.

Course Structure

Semester 1

  • Advanced Nutritional Status Assessment
  • Human Physiology and Nutrient Metabolism in Health and Disease
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy I
  • Clinical Research Designs and Statistics
  • Professional Communication                                           

Semester 2

Core courses

  • Current Topics in Clinical Nutrition     I
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy II
  • Critical Evaluation in Diet and Supplement
  • Lifestyle approach for NCD Prevention

Elective (Choose only one elective course)

  • Nutrition Education and Counselling
  • Organization Behavior and Personnel Management

Semester 3

  • Clinical Nutrition Research
  • Clinical Nutrition Attachment
  • Industrial Attachment

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