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OverviewThe Msc in Public Health Nutrition at Coventry University is designed to give you the opportunity to consider public health nutrition dilemmas by leading a culture that engages a shared responsibility for health, developing organised efforts to promote and maintain nutrition-related health / well being and encourage the informed choices of society.This course is accredited by Association for Nutrition.Course informationThis course is designed to bring together the science of nutrition,
The Msc in Public Health Nutrition at Coventry University is designed to give you the opportunity to consider public health nutrition dilemmas by leading a culture that engages a shared responsibility for health, developing organised efforts to promote and maintain nutrition-related health / well being and encourage the informed choices of society.
This course is accredited by Association for Nutrition.
This course is designed to bring together the science of nutrition, consultancy and creativity to provide you with the chance to expand your horizons beyond the more traditional approaches to public health nutrition.
Successful completion of the course will enable you to work across multiple agencies championing a shared responsibility for health to ultimately open avenues for becoming leaders in public health nutrition. The course is designed to provide a broad-based approach to public health nutrition drawing upon a range of disciplines and staff expertise, which aims to expose you to a novel amalgamation of nutrition, public health, research, commercial and media insight.
Public health nutritionist graduates may work in a variety of settings to improve or enhance public health through the prevention and secondary prevention of nutrition and diet related diseases.
Government and local government, health authorities and hospitals, charities and NGOs all employ public health nutritionists. The food industry including manufacturers and retailers utilise public health nutritionists to facilitate social responsibility or to gain a competitive advantage through using nutrition as a unique selling point. Successful completion of this Masters could also act as a launchpad for further academic study including PhD.
An Honours degree in a Nutrition/Dietetic/Health Science/ Sports and Exercise Science undergraduate course – and students will normally have achieved a second class (2.ii) classification or above, or equivalent qualification.
Having been established as a uni in the 1990s, Coventry University is classed as a new university, although its teaching roots date back to 1843 when it was the Coventry College of Design. It now has more than 27,000 students and offers undergraduates a choice of around 190 degree programmes, including subjects in the arts, humanities, business, law, engineering, computing and health sciences. In and around Coventry there are three campuses with the main one in the city centre, and the uni has further sites in Scarborough and London. Coventry is a young and vibrant city and is home to two unis, meaning thereâs plenty of entertainment on offer for its students. It was also awarded the prize of UK City of Culture in 2021.