Bachelor of Nutrition Science (Honours) Program By Deakin University |Top Universities

Deakin University

Melbourne Burwood, Burwood, Australia
  • QS World University Rankings
    283
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Study Mode On Campus
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Fees(AUD) 36400-
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Start date Feb
Take the next step in your understanding of the effects of nutrition on our population with a Bachelor of Nutrition Science (Honours). You will complete coursework alongside an original research project, and develop a unique perspective of research occurring within Australia’s $20 billion dollar food industry.
Are you ready to uncover research that could change society’s perception of food?
Discover more about your area of interest within nutrition sciences by completing an honours year. You will not only build on your foundation knowledge of nutrition, but also enhance your skills to confidently conduct an original research project.
Contribute to knowledge in your specialised area while gaining practical research experience among an ever-developing field.
Paired with a supervisor who is an expert in their field, you will complete an original piece of research under their guidance. Along the way, you will gain an understanding of research methods and design, as well as experience in project planning and implementation.
Examples of previous research projects include:
  • The political construction of obesity: a framing analysis of Australian parliamentary debates about junk-food advertising to children.
  • The role of visual cues on flavour perception and liking of rice.
  • Factors predictive of postoperative clinical outcomes in gastrointestinal surgical patients: A prospective observational study.
  • Some of the research being conducted within our research centres such as the Food and Mood Centre and Global Obesity Centre includes the impact of food on mental health issues, such as depression, and the cost effectiveness of obesity prevention policies in Australia.

Deakin is home to leading Australian research centres CASS (Centre for Advanced Sensory Science) and IPAN (Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition), whose studies are at the forefront of food and nutrition research. You will also have the opportunity to study in our state-of-the-art food and nutrition facilities – including industry-standard food sensory labs – that will provide you with hands-on experience to put your research to the test.
By completing your honours degree with Deakin’s School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, you will graduate with the relevant industry knowledge to pursue a career or complete further research and study. With over 150 partnerships spanning government and organisations within the health field, your learning will be relevant to industry.
Graduate with the knowledge and skills required to confidently provide evidence-based advice regarding food and its impact on our health within community settings.

About University

A high quality education, excellent employment prospects and a university experience you will love – that's what Deakin University has to offer.

Deakin University, Australia, is ranked among the top 50 young universities in the world. We have a reputation for being innovative and visionary, forging new paths both locally and globally. With hundreds of courses on offer across five great campuses and flexible study options, you can choose a course that suits your lifestyle now while pursuing your goals for the future. 

Deakin is well known for top quality facilities, research and teaching as well innovation and inclusiveness. In 2019 we were named the No. 1 university in the Australian state of Victoria for undergraduate employment outcomes. Add to that our place in the top 1% of universities worldwide, and you can see why our world-class education attracts students from all over the globe. And they are happy once they get here – tertiary students have rated Deakin as Australia's number one public university for the 'overall student experience'.

As we move into an increasingly digital future, Deakin has invested in the latest technology, state-of-the-art learning tools and facilities to ensure our students are equipped with the skills and knowledge required for the jobs of tomorrow.

Our approach to learning puts the emphasis on practical experience and our curriculum is informed by the best in industry. Deakin University’s curriculum integrates real-world expertise with practical skills to give our students a competitive edge. This way, our degrees stay relevant and students develop the skills and knowledge they need to graduate not just job-ready, but with an advantage. Plus, you will have direct links with prospective employers and a range of career education options through our DeakinTalent employment portal

But we have more to offer than just a quality Australian degree. At Deakin University you will have experiences that will help develop you as a person. Students can get involved through more than 150 clubs and societies across all campuses, or make use of our wide range of student services and support. We have even developed an award-winning app to help students keep track of their commitments and get the most out of their time at university – Deakin Genie, a personalised digital assistant. 

Through our focus on the student experience, Deakin has maintained the highest level of overall student satisfaction among Victorian universities for ten years running (AGS 2010–15; GOS – QILT 2016–19).

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