Nội dung khóa học "Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Family Relations and Applied Nutrition - Applied Human Nutrition"
About this course

What will I learn?

Applied Human Nutrition is a field of study offered by the Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition. We are a unique, interdisciplinary academic unit focused on integrating research and practice. Our faculty members conduct applied and inter-professional research that encompasses the continuum of the life cycle in diverse settings, including public health departments, community agencies, and long-term and acute care facilities.

Are you interested in?

Community nutrition

Clinical nutrition

Nutrition throughout the lifespan

Physical activity

Chronic disease risk

Indigenous health

Food security

International nutrition

Career Opportunities:

Public health nutrition

Nutrition program manager

Research coordinator

NGO’s

Regional/Public/International health agencies

Regulatory affairs

UN agencies

Academia

Which department am I in?

College of Social and Applied Human Science

Study options

Full Time(At least five semesters of full-time beyond the master's degree. At least seven semesters are required beyond the honours baccalaureate without completing the master's degree.)

Tuition fees
CAD$6,560.27 (US$ 4,956) per year
Start date

6 January 2020

Venue

University of Guelph

50 Stone Road East,

Guelph,

Ontario (ON),

N1G 2W1, Canada

Entry requirements

For international students

Students must have a master’s degree with a research-based thesis in human nutrition or a closely related field.

English Language Proficiency

Canadian Academic English Language Test (CAEL) - 70

International English Language Testing System (Academic) (IELTS) - 6.5

Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) - 85

Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE-A) Note: A minimum score of 60 must be achieved in each individual component - 60

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT)) Note: A minimum score of 21 must be achieved in each of the four categories (listening, speaking, reading, writing) – 89