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BS HND

What is Human Nutrition and Dietetics?

BS Human Nutrition & Dietetics is a scientific study that focuses on everything related to food and its impact on our health and well-being. This field helps us understand how and why certain eating habits affect us and teaches us ways to improve our overall health. Students learn to design proper diet plans, provide consultations, and develop nutritional therapies tailored to each patient's metabolism. Nutrition encompasses a range of sciences but places emphasis on two major specializations: chronic illnesses and weight control.

In response to the necessity of human nourishment in everyday life and numerous disorders as well as in times of calamity like earthquakes, famine, and other natural and man-made calamities, IIIS launched degree programs at the undergraduate levels.

The aim of the department is to produce manpower in the field of food science and human nutrition by consistent emphasis on learning through research-based learning, debate, and presentations, designed to enhance the student’s critical thinking, communication and collaboration

By handling of ill-defined problems, development of individual learning objectives, and self-evaluation of performance, they will provide services in health departments in private sector and governmental organizations.

Academics

Department: IIIS

Program Duration: 4 Year

Timing: Morning (Monday- Saturday)

Recognized By: Higher Education Commission

CAREER PROSPECTS

The department offers various professional degree programs for the student’s community to provide them the latest techniques in the field of Diet & Nutritional Sciences worldwide. After completing this program, they can work in public and private sectors.

  • Independent Private Practice
  • Multinational Food Industry / Companies
  • Pharmaceuticals Industry
  • Consultant for Private Companies / Hospitals
  • Airlines and Railways
  • Public Health Departments
  • Research and Teaching Institutes
  • International Organizations: UNICEF, UNDP, WHO, FAO, World Bank
  • Community Development Program