- Nutrition Care Provider
Graduates from School of Nutrition and Health are expected to have adequate knowledge and skills to tackle nutrition problem among patients or clients in clinical and community setting.
Students are expected to have leadership capacities and management skills that allow them—upon graduation—to hold at least low level manager (supervisor) positions in clinical nutrition care, food service management, and community setting.
- Community Leader
Individuals who bring positive impact to the community through leadership towards community development, particularly in promoting health and quality of life.
Graduates will be proficient in searching and obtaining evidence-based knowledge and capable of disseminating it using appropriate media to individual and community by taking into consideration several aspects including but not
limited to age, gender, educational level, and socioeconomic status.
Graduates are capable of conducting a high quality research to contribute to the addition of new theory and knowledge
in supporting evidence-based practice particularly in the field of nutrition.
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