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Key information
Faculty
Faculty of Health Sciences
Department
Nutrition & Dietetics
Qualification
BSc (Hons)
Level
Undergraduate
Mode
Full-time
Length
4 Years
Fees
€ 5,000 excl. Additional Fees
Scholarship
Yes
Start Date
September/February
Study Abroad
Yes
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Nutrition & Dietetics (BSc)

Program Overview
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Program Structure

“Nutrition and Dietetics” is a 4-year programme, and the teaching language is English. The programme has been running successfully since 2012.

 

The aim of Nutrition and Dietetics Degree program is to develop dieticians who know the concept of nutrition, has understood the importance of adequate and balanced nutrition in developing health, can evaluate people within a biopsychosocial unity, can formulate the necessary nutritional program for the treatment of diseases, can identify society’s nutritional problems and develop appropriate solutions, is aware of the importance of life-long self-development and has universal values.

 

Summer internships and work placements are aimed to provide one to one contact with the community where prospective dietitians will have the chance to collect information about community’s nutrition. Therefore, in addition to the work experience during the placements, the prospective dietitians will be able to help community to improve their eating habits towards a healthier diet.

 

 

Graduates from this programme will be awarded with Nutrition and Dietetics (BSc) diploma, and they will be entitled as Dietitians.  Graduates could work at Hospitals, food industry, sports organizations, rehabilitation centers, hotels, research centers, academia, etc.

Year 1

Fall Semester

  • HS101  Anatomy
  • HS103 Physiology
  • HS105  Psychology
  • ND101  Basic approaches in Nutrition and Dietetics
  • ND103  General Chemistry
  • HS203  Medical Biology Genetics
  • HS115  Basic Mathematics
  • TURK001 NC Turkish Language I
  • NH001 NC National History I

Spring Semester

  • ND102  Organic Chemistry
  • ND104  Introduction to Nutrients
  • HS102  Growth and Development
  • HS104  Self-knowledge and Communication Methods
  • HS106  Sociology and Health
  • TURK002 NC Turkish Language II
  • NH002 NC National History II
  • Elective course/s with 7 credits in total

Any 3 from the below list:

  • REC302  Tennis
  • REC312  Swimming
  • REC208  Table Tennis
  • REC206  Folk Dancing
  • ART150  Photography

 

 

 

Year 2

Fall Semester

  • ND201  Principles of Nutrition
  • ND203  Nutritional Biochemistry I
  • ND205  Food Chemistry
  • HS107  Microbiology-Parasitology
  • EGL101  Development of Reading Skills
  • Elective course/s with 7 credits in total

Spring Semester

  • ND202  Nutritional Biochemistry II
  • ND204  Food Microbiology and Food Safety
  • ND206  Introduction to Nutritional Services
  • ND208  Education and Consultancy in Nutrition
  • ND210  Food Preparation and Cooking Methods
  • EGL102  Development of Writing Skills
  • ND214 NC Summer Internship

 

 

 

Year 3

Fall Semester

  • ND301  Mother and Child Nutrition
  • ND303  Community and Health I
  • ND305  Medical Nutrition in Adult Diseases I
  • ND307  Management of Food Services
  • ND309  Legal Procedures for Nutrition
  • HS301  Professional Ethics
  • ND311  Business Management Skills
  • Elective course/s with 4 credits in total

Spring Semester

  • ND302  Nutrition in Child Diseases
  • ND304  Community and Health II
  • ND306  Medical Nutrition in Adult Diseases II
  • ND308  Nutritional Support Systems
  • ND310  Community Health Internship
  • ND314 NC Summer Internship

 

 

Year 4

Fall Semester

  • ND401  Education at Workplace I
  • ND403  Graduation Project I
  • HS303  Biostatistics
  • HS403  Education
  • Elective course/s with 4 credits in total

Spring Semester

  • ND402  Education at Workplace II
  • ND404  Graduation Project II
  • ND406  Nutrition related Diseases
  • HS302  First Aid and Emergency Core
  • ND408  Case Analysis
  • Elective course with 2 credits in total

 

 

Electives

Fall Semester

  • ART150  Photography
  • COMP103  Introduction to Computer Science I
  • GC211  History of Science
  • HS305  Epidemiology
  • HS405  Research Methods
  • ND209  Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
  • ND211  Nutrition and Genetics
  • ND213  Food-Medicines Interaction
  • ND215  Professional Foreign Language I
  • ND217  Nutritional Support Products and Functional Foods
  • ND312  Food Toxicology
  • ND405  Nutrition for Sports
  • ND407  World Cuisine
  • ND409  Nutrition in Old Age
  • ND411  Nutritional Pathologies
  • PHIL101  Introduction to Philosophy
  • PSY213  Critical Thinking
  • PSY322  Developmental Psychology II
  • PSY345  Psychology of Adjustment
  • PSY361  Personality and its Assessment
  • REC206  Folk Dancing
  • PSY361  Personality and its Assessment
  • REC206  Folk Dancing
  • REC208  Table Tennis
  • REC302  Tennis
  • REC312  Swimming

Spring Semester

  • COMP104  Introduction to Computer Science II
  • EDU102  Development and Learning
  • HS306  Development of Health and Health Policies
  • HS402  Health Management
  • HS404  Leadership
  • HS406  Preventative Medicine and Early Diagnosis
  • HS408  Human Rights
  • ND212  Nutritional Anthropology
  • ND214  Menu Planning
  • ND216  Professional Foreign Language II
  • PA210  Drama
  • PSY204 Biological Basis of Behaviour
  • PSY221 Developmental Psychology I
  • PSY240  Clinical Psychology I
  • PSY251  Social Psychology
  • PSY380  Educational and School Psychology

 

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