Nutritional science has its roots in biological sciences; however application of the principles of nutrition to promote positive health calls for an understanding of both biological and social sciences. The role of nutrition in enhancing the quality of life through improved physical growth, development and productivity, improved immunocompetence have all been studied recently and continue to be interesting areas of investigation. At the same time, translation of these basic nutritional facts into practice require an understanding of the dietary patterns about how these are influenced by social, economic and cultural factors. Chemistry of foods and changes in nutrient content during food processing are equally important in understanding the science of nutrition.
=> Bachelor of Science (B.Sc Dietetics)
=> Bachelor of Science (B.Sc Food Science & Quality Control)
=> Bachelor of Science (B.Sc Public Health Nutrition)
=> Master of Science (B.Sc Dietetics and Public Health Nutrition)
=> Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D Foods & Nutrition)
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