Master in Vegetarian Nutrition and DieteticsUniversità Politecnica delle Marche - FUNIBER
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· Quali sono gli obiettivi del corso?
General Objective: Provide knowledge for the proper comprehension of theoretical and practical principles that constitute the fundamentals of the vegetarian diet in all of its variants, as well as the clinical implications in the prevention and treatment of the major chronic and degenerative diseases. Specific objectives: Develop the ability to empathize with the vegetarian client, knowing and respecting their motivations in choosing this diet. Train professionals in this few-studied field of dietetics and satisfy, in a professional and sensitive way, the requests of the clients and vegetarian patients. Perform a critical analysis on a dietary practice or on an article on vegetarian diets and, similarly, organize and participate in nutritional education programs related to vegetarianism
· A chi è diretto?
The proposed training methodology, along with the clarity, amplitude and educational techniques of the content, allows the Master in Vegetarian Nutrition and Dietetics to be geared towards professionals that work in positions related to health, industries or enterprises that wish to specialize in the field of vegetarian food. The Master in Vegetarian Nutrition and Dietetics is geared towards: Bachelors and degree holders in the field of Health Sciences that wish to update or expand their knowledge of Nutrition and Vegetarian Dietetics. Bachelor Degree and Degree holders who wish to specialize in Nutrition and Vegetarian Dietetics. Bachelor Degree and Degree holders that are interested in this field. The Master in Vegetarian Nutrition and Dietetics will be an ideal complement to enrich any pre grade or post grade education for someone interested in specializing in vegetarian nutrition.
The Master in Vegetarian Nutrition and Dietetics is geared towards: Bachelors and degree holders in the field of Health Sciences that wish to update or expand their knowledge of Nutrition and Vegetarian Dietetics. Bachelor Degree and Degree holders who wish to specialize in Nutrition and Vegetarian Dietetics. Bachelor Degree and Degree holders that are interested in this field.
Master, issued by "Universidad Europea del Atlántico" (Spain)
Cosa impari in questo corso?
Dieta e nutrizione
Professore associato di Biochimica e docente della Scuola di Specializzazione in Scienza dell'Alimentazione. Direttore dell'Area di Salute e Nutrizione della Fondazione Universitaria Iberoamericana e Coordinatore del Master.
The length of the program is 70 credits ECTS (18 months) and it consists of educational and interactive on-line activities with a final project for the master’s degree (or thesis) representing a total of 70 credits.
Each activity consists of a series of modules structured according to a precise educational order. Each module is divided into topics in which the documents are clearly and concretely organized.
The on-line interactive activity consists of participation in forums and conferences designed to stimulate the critical ability of the student, to acquire abilities and new knowledge found in medical science literature.
There are 12 educational modules that represent a total of 58 credits; the Final Course Project counts for 12 additional credits.
1 Scientific Research Methodology (5 credits)
2 Characterization of Vegetarian Diets (1 credit)
3 Nutrients (5 credits)
4 Nutritional Biochemistry (7 credits)
5 Food in the vegetarian diet (7 credits)
6 Presence and bioavailability of nutrients in vegetable foodstuff (4 credits)
7 Nutritional needs of the human body (4 credits)
8 Food composition tables. Elaboration of vegetarian diets (4 credits)
9 Vegetarian nutrition in physiological situations (7 credits)
10 Vegetarian nutrition in greatly prevalent pathological situations (7 credits)
11 Particular aspects of the vegetarian diet (3 credits)
12 Other aspects of the vegetarian diet (4 credits)
MASTER’S FINAL COURSE PROJECT (12 CREDITS)
The student may carry out the project throughout the whole course, and will then submit it once all the modules are finished. Once the topic is chosen, the student will develop the analytical and biographical investigation, adding their own reflections and/or direct quotes from other authors.