Nutrition professionals need the skills and knowledge to communicate nutrition and food information to the general public, consumers, organisations and other professionals. This course will provide you with information literacy skills, communication theory and practical opportunities to develop your ability to effectively and ethically communicate food and nutrition information that is appropriate for a variety of media and target audiences. You will use an evidence-based approach to evaluate and develop nutrition messages for social and print media. This will assist you to create effective and appropriate nutrition education materials for different target audiences in your future practice.
- NUT205 and (NUT202 or NUT203)
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Session 2
- Student contribution band
- Band 2A
- Tuition fee
- 2.2A: Computing, Built Environment, Other Health
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