Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes


1.Knowledge and understanding:

K1. Able to assess nutritional status of individuals in various life-cycle stages

K2. Determine nutrition-related conditions and diseases by applying knowledge of metabolism and nutrient functions, food sources, and physiological systems.

K3. Receive background information and skills in the policymaking process in the field of food and nutrition

K4. Focus on pediatrics nutrition

K5. Understand human psychology and behavioral theories         

K6. Understand how to integrate research principles into evidence-based practices.      


2.General and transferable Skills

 T1. Utilize different nutrition assessment tools and design appropriate interventions.

 T2. Learn research methodology and statistics to prepare dietitians in data analysis and interpretation.

 T3. Be able to apply nutritional energetics to particular physiological or pathophysiological conditions and nutritional recommendation allowances.


3.Professional and practical skill

P1. Describe social, multiethnic, and environmental dimensions within nutrition and life sciences.

P2. Practice the scope of practice, code of ethics for the profession, and inter-professional relationships. 

P3. Acquire different kinds of communication skills throughout the program.

P4.  Acquire basic information regarding food and drug interactions

P5. Acquire the principles of Nutrition Care Process


4.Intellectual skills

Students will be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills and analytical abilities to identify and solve problems in the nutritional sciences.

Also, students will be able to critique and effectively communicate nutrition information.

Contact Information

Jarash Road, 20 KM out of Amman, Amman Jordan


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