Bachelor of Health Science (Clinical Nutrition)
In this Health Science (Clinical Nutrition) course at Torrens University Australia, you will study how nutritional, dietary and lifestyle factors can impact our health, and how therapeutic nutritional intervention can achieve wellbeing.
|Duration:||3 years (full-time), 6 years (part-time)|
|Starting in:||February, May, September|
|Tuition Fee:||AUD 68,700 per full|
|Location:||Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Online|
Evidence-based clinical nutrition is underpinned by the holistic understanding of nutritional principles, food as medicine traditions, therapeutics and nutritional biochemistry.
Clinical Nutrition Practitioners understand and address the nutritional, dietary and lifestyle factors which impact wellbeing throughout the lifespan, during illness and disease.
This is achieved through personalized nutrition education and the development of a treatment and prevention plan which includes therapeutic meal planning, nutritional supplementation and prescription.
You will gain hands-on experience at the Wellbeing Centre under the guidance of experienced nutritionists, treating public patients. This will prepare you to confidently start practice in the community.
Learning outcomes of the Health Science (Clinical Nutrition) course at Torrens University Australia
- Health science & clinical assessment
- Lifespan nutrition
- Food as medicine
- Clinical nutrition therapeutics & clinical studies
- Evidence-based clinical nutritional management
- Nutrition clinical practicum
“Staff at Torrens University Australia are friendly and supportive.”
Madeline Rocco // Student of Bachelor of Applied Public Health