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Our master’s degree programme in Nutrition and Dietetics will help you expand your specialist and methodological skill set. We place critical emphasis on providing a solid scientific grounding and hands-on learning experience in our programme. Our master’s degree programme is an attractive option for achieving your professional goals.
The master’s degree programme in Nutrition and Dietetics combines a scientific approach and a focus on nutritional therapy. The degree programme will hone your specialist and methodological skill set.
On completing the master's degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, you will be able to manage complex nutrition therapy cases, develop new healthcare roles - especially Advanced-Practice-Dietitian (APD) roles - and conduct professional research.
By the end of the programme, you will have acquired the ability to:
- Develop and take on new roles in nutrition and dietetics (Advanced-Practice-Dietitian roles) in a professional and interprofessional context.
- Contribute to the development of nutritional research and produce new evidence.
- Develop evidence-based guidelines and recommendations in a professional field of nutrition advice, at institutional or political level.
- Advocate intra- and interprofessional collaboration.
- Take a technical leadership of working groups, teams or commissions in connection with food, nutrition, catering for healthy and sick people or other nutritional issues.
- Initiate and implement projects and research proposals that lead to a deeper understanding or new findings in your professional field.
- Participate in the training and continuing education of professional colleagues and other specialists.
- Use your specialist professional knowledge in the field of nutritional advice to encourage and develop high-quality and effective professional practice.
- You further develop the profession and explore and develop new roles and professional fields.
- You initiate, develop, implement and evaluate quality assurance projects with the aim of improving the quality of alimentary care.
- You identify, initiate and work on health promotion and prevention projects for specific population groups or the population as a whole.