Studying a Master of Dietetics at Swinburne will empower you to make a positive impact on the health of Australians.
You will develop skills in both traditional and emerging areas of dietetic practice, learning to work with a range of evolving food and health management strategies.
Units cover a range of innovative topics including entrepreneurship, leadership and business, sports nutrition, and paediatric nutrition.
The course includes face-to-face lectures and tutorials, seminars, theoretical and practical coursework, kitchen workshops, online learning, and professional placement.
Due to limited capacity, students will be unable to defer their place in this course.
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2 years full-time
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The future of dietetics
Think dietetics is just about your diet? Think again.
Three students from the tight-knit Master of Dietetics course share how Swinburne is getting them ready for the future of dietetics. Hint: it involves a non-diet approach, industry immersion, and rubbing shoulders with The Mindful Dietitian, and dietitians from Richmond and Hawthorn football clubs.
Mastering the art of dietetics
As of July 2018, we’re cooking up a storm with the launch of our brand new Master of Dietetics course. Coming fully equipped with 12 kitchen stations, a food science lab and two-way consultation rooms, it’ll feel less like a classroom for students, and more like our very own set of MasterChef.