Bachelor Diätetik* (B.Sc.)
*Translated: Dietetics. Only available in German
Study dietetics and expand your knowledge of nutritional science for the treatment of diseases. With your Bachelor of Science in Dietetics, you will be able to help people through nutrition therapy in the future.
# Distance learning
Language : German
Specialised in health. And your own career. Study Dietetics.
You like working with people, thinking outside the box and are interested in nutritional science, but would also like to develop and implement therapies? Then the degree programme in Dietetics at the IU International University of Applied Sciences (IU) is just right for you. The study programme Dietetics trains students to become experts with a profound knowledge of clinical dietetics and nutrition therapy, so that they can later work in a wide range of fields. The Bachelor of Dietetics is aimed at state-certified dieticians who are interested in the interaction between nutrients/nutrition and disease and are able to create health-oriented and therapeutic solutions.
Your career opportunities: very healthy.
Your Bachelor's degree in Dietetics at IU International University of Applied Sciences will enable you to start your career in many different areas. Whether in interdisciplinary nutrition teams in clinics and rehabilitation clinics, in health insurance companies or in nutritional medicine practices – your expertise will be in demand. But you can also get a head start in research institutions, organisations and facilities in the health sector or in other industries (dietary supplements, functional food, nutraceuticals). For example, you may become:
Head of a nutrition team
After graduating, you can, among other things, take over the management of a nutrition team in clinics and rehabilitation facilities and put what you have learned into practice.
Product developer in functional food
Participation in research teams
Choose the way you want to study Dietetics at the IU
You can study Dietetics in a completely flexible way via distance learning. Here you can find out how your studies at the IU are organised and the advantages of the distance learning study model.
Why you should study Dietetics
As an academic, you have very high chances of working in better-paid positions, you are more secure and you are more flexible in planning your career. A degree provides you with skills that will prepare you for a successful career and give you better career opportunities. Sometimes, only a degree course can lead to a certain profession, and it provides you with technical skills that are useful for your future profession. Apart from that, people with a degree are less affected by unemployment.
This is what your Dietetics studies at the IU look like
What makes the study programme at the IU unique is its focus on different disciplines such as paediatrics, immunology, drug-nutrient interactions and personalised nutrition. After your graduation, you will be able to design and apply therapies yourself. Furthermore, you will be provided with tools for well-founded scientific investigations and be taught aspects relevant to leadership and quality management. Accordingly, you can choose between various specialisations in the Bachelor of Dietetics, such as the Basics of Leadership or Mental Health.
Future prospects: What you will do after your studies
Your bachelor’s degree in Dietetics at the IU International University of Applied Sciences enables you to start your career in several different fields. Whether in interdisciplinary nutrition teams of clinics and rehabilitation clinics, in health insurance funds or in specialised nutritional medicine practices - Your expertise is needed here. However, you can also get started in research institutions, organisations and facilities in the health industry or in industry (food supplements, functional food, nutraceuticals).
The most important questions about studying Diätetik
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