Bachelor of Nutrition
Content and Qualifications
The structure and content of the Nutrition Study Programme are based on advanced scientific and professional knowledge and experiences in the area of Nutrition, within the scientific field of Food technology. The highest standards of today’s higher education were implemented during the designing of this programme. The study programme comprises of 14 general 27 specialized courses. Teaching methods used in this programme include: lectures, laboratory work, computer work, field work and interactive teaching. Bachelors of Nutrition will acquire sufficient general and professional knowledge to be able to work in the areas of: nutrition planning, improving and maintaining health, food safety and normal development, as well as food production. Further education in the field is possible through the second cycle of study.
After successfully completing the Nutrition Study program, Bachelors of Nutrition are able to apply basic theoretical and practical knowledge of nutrition for improving public health care and solving problems caused by malnutrition. They are educated for planning, organizing, controlling, preparing and managing specific diets and collective eating regimes; they use computer software and statistic methods in the analysis of the nutritive values of food and nutrition. Bachelors of Nutrition can also work on improving the existing and developing new food products, ensuring and controlling the quality of the diet. They are qualified for work in scientific institutions (faculties and institutes), for jobs in development and research.