The MSc Dietetics degree is approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is accredited by the British Dietetic Association. It enables graduates with a PG Diploma in Dietetics who are registered with the HCPC to complete a 60 credit dissertation module.
Students exiting with the Postgraduate Diploma can return to undertake the dissertation within 5 years of starting the PG Diploma. The MSc Dietetics is undertaken in one academic year. Most students undertake the MSc Dietetics while working within the NHS.
During the programme, students undertake a research project. This is usually undertaken within their work environment within the NHS. Many students undertake Service Improvement Projects within their Dietetic Departments.
The dissertation consists of four elements. There is a protocol, extended literature review, journal paper and reflective statement.
September – Induction
October – Protocol Submission
November – Feedback on Protocol Meeting
February – Extended Literature Review Submission
Late February – Feedback on Literature Review
May – Journal Paper and Reflective Statement Submission
June – Exam Board
Exit with MSc at Exam Board in June.
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Entry Requirements & How to Apply
Applicants should have a PG Diploma in Dietetics qualification and be registered with the HCPC. Applicants can apply to the MSc Dietetics course if they have studied for the PG Diploma in Dietetics not more than 5 years previously.
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