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Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics QUT

2.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

QUT has offered an industry accredited program for more than 40 years and we are recognised for delivering job-ready graduates who are in demand and successful in securing competitive graduate employment positions.

During this course, you will have an opportunity to work with clients from many cultural and social backgrounds. At QUT Health Clinics you will provide advice for the management of chronic disease, before and after surgery, eating disorders and weight management, food intolerance and allergies. You will also complete professional placements in external settings that may include community health centres, hospitals, correctional facilities and catering institutions. There are opportunities to travel, with the option to gain professional experience in rural and regional Australia, and overseas.

You will learn from the best at QUT. Our staff have many years of experience working in areas of practice that include sports dietetics and Indigenous health. They hold senior positions on industry boards and councils, and contribute to competency standards which underpin the training of dietitians nationally. Many are leading projects and government initiatives to improve population health and nutrition.

Community Dietitian
Health Promotion Officer
Policy Officer
Project Developer
Public Health Officer

Additional Information
Complete professional placements in hospitals, community health centres, catering institutions and correctional facilities.


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Student Reviews

April 2018
Year completed 2021

Positives: Learning about the effects of Diet and Nutrition

Negatives: the amount of chemistry included, nothing is really relevant to dietetics course in the first semester

My advice to future students is: if you aren't amazing at chemistry, study so much until you are, otherwise good luck even passing.

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