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Undertake advanced-level education and learn the necessary skills to join the workforce in obesity prevention, treatment and management. Read more
Consider the critical factors influencing global food security on Warwick's Food Security MSc. Join University of Warwick's School of Life Science, ranked 2nd in the UK for Agriculture, in analysing the contributions of climate change, biodiversity, land use, labour, diet and urbanisation. Read more
The Animal Science department in the Postgraduate School offers taught courses in Animal Biology and Welfare and Animal Production and Nutrition as well as programmes undertaken by research leading to an MSc, MPhil or PhD award. Read more
You are interested in food sciences , and especially in studying why people choose to eat what they eat. You need to obtain professional skills in consumer’s behaviour and you want to know what factors are involved in their food choices. Read more
How can you help an obese client to manage her weight? Which foods should a client with kidney disease avoid? What effect does fructose have on a child’s health? Through this one-year course, you’ll develop the skills and knowledge to work as a nutritionist in both the health and food sectors. Read more
This online MSc Public Health Nutrition course provides teaching and learning around the role of food and nutrition in health and disease, and how this knowledge can be applied to improve public health. Read more
Are you interested in improving health outcomes and minimising the start or duration of disease by understanding the effects of diet on health? This dynamic subject area comes from years of research from the world renowned Rowett Institute at University of Aberdeen and a real need in society and organisational level to focus on improving health. Read more
The proportion of adults living in the UK categorised as obese continues to rise. Current data from The Health Survey for England suggests that a quarter of adults are obese, predisposing them to greater risk of diabetes, cancer and coronary heart disease. Read more