The Preparatory year is completed in the Health track.
Students will study basic subjects in food science and nutrition areas. This includes nutritional biochemistry, basics of human nutrition, food analysis and nutrition throughout the life span.
In the third year students will go more in depth and take advanced courses related to clinical nutrition during which they learn how to assess the nutritional status of both healthy and sick clients and provide the proper nutritional counseling and advice.
The focus in the fourth year is on the application of the knowledge gained throughout the preceding years in a real work environment including hospitals and health centers.
Fifth year (Internship year)
After successfully completing the University requirements, the student will enter an extensive training course (internship) for one full year (12 months) at government and military hospitals as well as other accredited health care centers. This training program is under the supervision of both the Department of Clinical Nutrition in the College of Applied Medical Sciences as well the administration of the training destination.