As a graduate of Dietetics you gain:
- education and professional preparation in the field of healthy and ill people nutrition and food preparation technology,
- knowledge and skills to plan rational nutrition for different population groups as well as to plan and prepare meals included in particular diets in accordance with current classification,
- preparation to assess nutritional status and dietary patterns and to recognize malnutrition; preparation for prevention of diet-related diseases, as well as assessment of the interaction of pharmacotherapy and nutrition,
- preparation to control food products quality and their storage conditions as well as food production in accordance with the principles of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) system,
- knowledge and skills to assess how disease affects nutritional status and how nutrition affects disease treatment,
- preparation to organize individual, collective and therapeutic nutrition adapted to the age and health state of patients and to conduct nutritional education,
- general and professional preparation applicable in health care.
After graduation you can open your own nutrition counseling practice or take up a professional career in:
- public and non-public health care institutions
- mass catering establishments and establishments supplying food to hospitals and other caterers
- consumer organizations
- sports facilities
- in education – after completing teaching specialization (in accordance with the standards of education preparing for the teaching profession).