Recent years have seen widespread recognition of the need to move beyond medicine with a greater emphasis on the promotion of health and wellbeing. New government initiatives and policies are giving this greater priority than ever before. Health and Wellbeing is a vibrant, multidisciplinary degree in which you will explore a range of issues and debates relevant to health and wellbeing in contemporary society.
The degree draws upon a range of disciplines, including sociology social policy and psychology to understand the key challenges to health and wellbeing in the 21st century. Throughout your studies, you will be considering key questions such as what factors influence health and wellbeing? How do social experiences impact upon health and wellbeing? Why do different social groups experience health and wellbeing differently? Alongside this, you develop the practical skills necessary for work in the field, through work on case studies and opportunities for placements and applied research projects within the local community.
The degree provides you with the opportunity to develop practical skills, knowledge and insight into a range of issues relating to health and wellbeing in contemporary society. With its strong emphasis on social justice and welfare, you will be enabled to develop as critical social scientists who, as a graduate, will be able to use your skills and knowledge to the benefit of your local community and society more broadly.
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The Degree with Foundation on this course is now full for 2020/21 entry (the 3 year Undergraduate is still open for 20/21 entry)
Nutrition and the health of the nation is a topic that is prevalent in today’s society. Our Nutrition degree is focussed on developing graduates who are able to face the changing environment of contemporary workplaces, especially in consideration with the changes within the health system.
The Nutrition degree at Liverpool Hope has been designed to develop the essential knowledge, understanding and skills that a nutritionist requires. The curriculum includes a focus on the delivery of five core competencies:
- Nutritional science
- Food chain
- Social and behaviour sciences
- Health and well-being
- Professional conduct
You will be taught in our new Health Sciences building, which features specialist laboratories dedicated to nutrition, comprising of purpose-built food and nutrition laboratories that fit into areas of clinical nutrition, nutritional biochemistry, food sensory analysis and food product development.
You will learn from a highly committed team of research-active registered nutritionists with practical experience in nutrition, who are enthusiastic about both the academic subject and the quality of your student experience.
A degree in nutrition is ideal for those who would like to become a professional nutritionist, or progress to further studies in the area of human nutrition, dietetics, public health or food science.For more details and information about this course visit: