NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

Ibrahim H. Zubair (HOD)

GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

This programme is designed to produce Assistant Nutritionist/Dietitian capable of formulating and plan diets for all groups of people in hospitals, schools, catering establishments, food industries, ministries social welfare agencies. Specifically, the diplomat should be able to:

  • Prepare therapeutic diets to prescription.
  • Undertake nutrition and dietetics field survey under supervision.
  • Assist in the planning of menu in catering and food industries.
  • Carry out basic catering operations.
  • Act as Diet supervisors in Hospitals, Hotels, Schools, Industries, Canteen and Social Welfare agent
  • Plan and administer public enlightenment programme on nutrition.
  • Assist in assessing and formulating the nutritional qualities of food products in food industries.

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

  • The minimum entry requirement into the National Diploma In Nutrition and Dietetics programme is four credit level passes in the West African School Certificate, Senior Secondary School Certificate or General certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary level in not more than two sittings. The subjects must include Chemistry and Biology/Agricultural Science and any two from the following:- Food and Nutrition, Physics, Economics, Mathematics/Statistics and Health Science. At least passes In English Language and Mathematics are compulsory.
  • Candidates who have successfully completed the Board’s recognized Pre-National Diploma (Science ‘ and Technology) course may be admitted into the programme. Such students must have passed Chemistry, Biology and English Language at WASC, SSSC or GCE level or their equivalent before undertaking the pre-ND course.

NATIONAL DIPLOMA CURRICULUM TABLE

CONTACT US

Contact : 0703 286 1984
mail : info@adchtmubi.net
Portal : portal.adchtmubi.net/
Website : adchtmubi.net

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