There is growing interest in food, nutrition and health in New Zealand and worldwide. Dietitians apply nutritional science to guide food choices, promoting health and treating disease. Using current research they plan and implement practical and effective ways of managing food and nutrition – both for individuals and for groups of people. Many people with chronic or acute diseases benefit from the services a dietitian offers.
Information for new applications
The important dates for new applications are:
- 1 August — applications open
- 15 September — applications close
Master of Dietetics (MDiet)
No new enrolments will be accepted for this programme. If you have any queries please contact the Human Nutrition Department.
|Year One|| |
HUND 471 Clinical Nutrition
HUND 472 Public Health Dietetics
HUND 473 Food Service Management
HUND 475 Applied Dietetics
HUND 5A Thesis Part A
|Year Two|| |
HUND 477 Professional Placement
HUND 5B Thesis Part B
Note: A candidate must pass all the papers in Year One and also demonstrate the required level of professional behaviour before proceeding to Year Two.