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Human Nutrition

Course Description

It is becoming increasingly apparent that nutrition plays a significant role in both health and disease. The Masters in Human Nutrition aims to develop an understanding of the principles of nutrition and enables students to scientifically evaluate the links between diet, health and disease.

The Masters in Human Nutrition is highly flexible, allowing students to study full time or part time. Students attend modules that are delivered in 3 or 4 day intensive teaching blocks approximately 6-8 weeks apart.

As the MSc in Human Nutrition is accredited by the Association for Nutrition (AfN), graduates of this course are entitled to direct entry to the UK Voluntary Register of Nutritionists (UKVRN). This allows graduates to use the letters "ANutr" after their name.

Modules include:

Principles of Nutrition (this module must be completed first)
Human Metabolism
Nutrition in Health and Disease
Sports Nutrition
Nutritional Assessment
Research Methods and Data Analysis

Course details and online application can be found on the link below:


Visit the Human Nutrition page on the University of Chester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Minimum 2:2 honours degree (BSc) or equivalent, in a biological/health science including components of biochemistry/physiologyApplications may also be considered on an individual basis from those with degrees that don’t fall in the above categories, for example, chemistry, sports science etc. providing applicant has a minimum 2:1 honours degree (BSc) or equivalent, and recent A-levels (within last 5 years) in biology and/or chemistryApplicants must provide a degree transcript upon application as well as outlines for modules with biochemistry/physiology content.

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