In the Master of Dietetics, you will study a range of specialised topics in nutrition, counselling and food service, and undertake placement units in hospital, community and food service settings. You will also complete a research project in an area relevant to dietetics.
Australian & NZ Students
The course entry is competitive and a high course weighted average is required, for example a CWA of 65 per cent or more.
An equivalent undergraduate degree needs to meet the DAA requirements for entry to a Graduate Entry Master. These requirements specify that 50 per cent of each of the first and second years of undergraduate study must comprise bioscience, chemistry, physiology and biochemistry, as outlined in the Manual for Accreditation of Dietetic Education Programs.
Minimum English language entry requirements:
IELTS ACADEMIC (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM)
YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1
Dietetic and Food Service Management
Pathophysiology for Dietetics
Interpersonal Skills and Counselling Principles
Dietetic Research Methods
YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2
Dietetic Professional Studies
Advanced Public Health Nutrition Practice
Health Sciences Research Project
YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1
Advanced Nutrition Topics
Medicine and Dietetics
Dietetic Practice Techniques
Dietetic Clinical Placement Preparation
YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2
Food Service Placement
Dietetic Clinical Placement
Community and Public Health Nutrition Placement
You may find employment as a member of a health team in hospitals, community or public health, food service, the food industry, sporting groups, research teams and private practice. Dietitians also work in food service and the food industry, research teams and private practice.
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