BNutrSc

Credit points

240

Minimum duration

3 years full-time or equivalent part-time.

Course available at

  • Blacktown
  • Melbourne
  • North Sydney

EFTSL value of units : All 10cp units in this course have an EFTSL value of 0.125. Units with a credit point (cp) value of a multiple of 10 have corresponding EFTSL values.

Admission requirements

An applicant must comply with the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.

International applicants need to meet the English Language Proficiency requirements as defined in the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.

To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must have completed the following prerequisites at year 12 level, or equivalent:

StatePrerequisites

New South Wales

English Standard (Band 2) or English as an Additional Language (EAL) (Band 3)

Victoria

Units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or 25 in any other English.

Disclamer :The Course entry requirements above are for 2021 Admission. Refer to your relevant Tertiary Admission Centre website for future years' entry requirements.



Completion requirements

To qualify for the degree, a student must complete 240 cp from the Schedule of Unit Offerings, consisting of:


For the  Bachelor of Nutrition Science without a Major

  1. 180 cp from Specified Units List A (Part A)
  2. 20 cp from Core Curriculum Units (Part D)
  3. 40 cp from Minor units (Part E)

OR

40 cp from Elective Units (Part H)


OR

For the Bachelor of Nutrition Science with a Public Health Major:

  1. 130 cp from Specified Units List B (Part B);
  2. 80 cp from Public Health Major (Part F).
  3. 10 cp from Elective Units (Part H)
  4. 20 cp from Core Curriculum Units (Part D);


OR

For the Bachelor of Nutrition Science with a Culinary Nutrition or Food Science Major:

  1. 140 cp from Specified Units List C (Part C);
  2. 80 cp from Culinary Nutrition or Food Science Major (Part G).
  3. 20 cp from Core Curriculum Units (Part D);

Progression requirements

Students are required to follow the pattern of unit enrolment set out in the relevant Course Enrolment Guide, unless otherwise approved by the Course Coordinator. In all aspects of progress through the course, students will be advised by the relevant Course Coordinator.

Schedule of unit offerings

Part A : Specified Units List A

Complete 140 to 180 credit points from the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
BIOL123Cells and Tissues - the Fabric of Life10
BIOL124Human Body in Health and Disease 110
BIOL204Human Body in Health and Disease 210
BIOL234Nutritional Physiology10
CHEM105Foundations of Chemistry10
CHEM112Organic and Food Chemistry10
CHEM204Biochemistry10
CHEM206Advanced Metabolic Biochemistry10
PUBH102Foundations of Health Promotion10
PUBH103Epidemiology10
PUBH202Public Health Research Methods10
NUTR101Introduction to Nutrition10
NUTR102Culinary Nutrition Science10
NUTR202Lifespan Nutrition10
NUTR302Diet, Health and Disease10
NUTR303Food Science in Practice10
NUTR304Food Product Design and Development10
NUTR305Community and Public Health Nutrition10

Part B : Specified Units List B

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
BIOL123Cells and Tissues - the Fabric of Life10
BIOL124Human Body in Health and Disease 110
BIOL204Human Body in Health and Disease 210
BIOL234Nutritional Physiology10
CHEM105Foundations of Chemistry10
CHEM112Organic and Food Chemistry10
CHEM204Biochemistry10
CHEM206Advanced Metabolic Biochemistry10
NUTR101Introduction to Nutrition10
NUTR102Culinary Nutrition Science10
NUTR202Lifespan Nutrition10
NUTR303Food Science in Practice10
NUTR304Food Product Design and Development10

Part C : Specified Units List C

Complete exactly 140 credit points from the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
BIOL123Cells and Tissues - the Fabric of Life10
BIOL124Human Body in Health and Disease 110
BIOL204Human Body in Health and Disease 210
BIOL234Nutritional Physiology10
CHEM105Foundations of Chemistry10
CHEM204Biochemistry10
CHEM206Advanced Metabolic Biochemistry10
PUBH102Foundations of Health Promotion10
PUBH103Epidemiology10
PUBH202Public Health Research Methods10
NUTR101Introduction to Nutrition10
NUTR202Lifespan Nutrition10
NUTR302Diet, Health and Disease10
NUTR305Community and Public Health Nutrition10

Part D : Core Curriculum Units

Complete exactly 20 credit points from the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
UNCC100Self and Community: Exploring the Anatomy of Modern Society10
OR
PHCC102Being Human10
OR
PHCC104Ethics and the Good Life10
CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
UNCC300Justice and Change in a Global World10
OR
PHCC320The Just Society10

Part E : Minor Units

Complete exactly 1 of the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
EXSCExercise Science40
SPNTSports Nutrition40
INDVInternational Development40

Part F : Public Health Major

Complete exactly 1 of the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
PHNEPublic Health80

Part G : Culinary Nutrition or Food Science Major

Complete exactly 1 of the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
CNTRCulinary Nutrition80
FSCIFood Science80

Part H : Elective Units

Complete 10 to 40 credit points from the following:

CodeTitleCredit PointsNotes
BIOL205Pharmacology 110
BIOL206Human Genetics10
BMSC201Communicating Ideas in Science10
BMSC207Microbiology and Immunology10
HLSC220Health Care Ethics10
PSYC100Foundations of Psychology10
PSYC101Applications of Psychology10
BUSN104Money Matters10
BUSN113Managing People and Organisations10
BUSN112Managing Markets10
NUTR309Work Placement 110Professional Experience Unit
NUTR310Work Placement 210Professional Experience Unit

* Students may select elective units drawn from Major and Minor units listed above.

Elective units can also be taken from any other undergraduate program, subject to approval from the Course Coordinator.

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