If you have a relevant degree, the Master of Dietetic Practice will give you the opportunity to obtain a professional qualification as a dietitian. Dietitians have a key role in the nutrition management of diseases and conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, gastrointestinal disorders, obesity, malnutrition, food allergies and intolerance. Dietitians also work toward the prevention of many diseases and conditions through nutrition education, health promotion and advocacy. Once you have graduated, you will work in all areas of dietetics, including in hospitals, private practice, community health and the food industry.
You must have a relevant Bachelor's degree equivalent to an Australian Bachelor's degree, completed in the past five years (or subsequent postgraduate study and/or relevant work experience with a minimum grade average of 70 per cent).
Recipient: La Trobe University
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