Education

Basic level (1st cycle)
The Department of Food Studies, Nutrition and Dietetics offers the Dietetics Program (180 credits) and the Bachelor Program in Foodservice and Nutrition (180 credits). Many of the courses in the respective programs can be taken as single-subject courses. The department is also responsible for courses in Home and Consumer Studies (a total of 90 credits), the first course of which (30 credits) can be taken as a single-subject course. No first cycle programmes are offered in English at the department.

Advanced level (2nd cycle)
Upon completion of 1st-cycle education, students can go on to the 2nd cycle. The Department of Food Studies, Nutrition and Dietetics offers a pan-faculty Master Program in Social Studies specializing in Food Studies, Nutrition, and Dietetics. The master program consists of courses offered jointly by the Faculty of Social Sciences, subject courses, and other elective courses. The master program comprises a total of 120 credits but can also lead to a one-year master degree (magister) worth 60 credits. A two-year master degree renders students eligible for 3rd-cycle education, that is, the PhD level. The department’s advanced-level courses can also be taken as single-subject courses.