Bachelor in Human Nutrition and Dietetics
Program Description :After completing the B.Sc. program in Nutrition and Dietetics, the graduate should be able to: 1- Demonstrate a depth understanding of the basis of nutritional science and the nutrient composition of food, and discover the links between diet and disease and health and the social/ethical factors which impinge on diet and health 2- Explain the principles of cellular metabolic processes, the structure and function of the various physiological systems and the principles of biological chemistry 3- Evaluate critically scientific research from a variety of sources in relation to nutrition and health through working with others, communication, self-Management and problem solving and reflect on the various components 4- Communicate ideas and information clearly and effectively both to individuals and to groups using both oral and written means 5- Utilize the methods of data analysis using computer software and apply these methods to analyze data obtained from a wide variety of sources and situations 6- Demonstrate skills to support the enhancement of employability including skills necessary for employment requiring the exercise of some personal responsibility; decision making in complex and unpredictable contexts; and the learning ability needed to undertake appropriate further training of a professional or equivalent nature. 7- Communicate effectively with groups and individuals to promote the benefits of a balanced diet throughout the lifespan and demonstrate the ability to use scientific laboratory skills 8- Assess diet, food and nutrient intake and the consumption of food constituents in individuals and groups 9- Demonstrate consistent professional behavior in accordance with the legal and ethical boundaries of the dietetic profession 10- Critically apply knowledge of diet and health to evaluate and communicate and comment on dietary or health information both from scientific sources and that which is available to the public 11-Apply critical thinking by questioning given information, testing hypotheses, formulating suggestions with awareness of the ethical and social issues that are involved in diet and health
Program Type :Undergraduate
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Program Department :Nutrition and Food Technology