The media is full of nutritional advice and information, some of it is factual however, a lot of it can be poor advice that may do more harm than good. Discover foundational information of human nutrition with the Undergraduate Certificate in Building Health Through Nutrition.Pathway into a health science degreeThe Undergraduate Certificate in Building Health Through Nutrition can act as a pathway directly into Endeavour’s Health Science degrees, to seek credits into another allied health qualification, or to upskill in preparation for new job opportunities. This course has been structured to provide graduates with a well-rounded set of skills which can be applied far beyond the field of study.Gain a deep understanding of human nutritionThe Undergraduate Certificate in Building Health Through Nutrition is a new short course exclusively offered by Endeavour College. This short-course allows students to obtain a comprehensive understanding of human nutrition and introduces students to food-based science, including food spoilage, food additives, and natural toxins.Fee support while studyingIn addition to gaining a wealth of nutritional knowledge, you may be eligible for a government subsidy through the Commonwealth Supported Placement (CSP) scheme. We also offer payment plans through FEE-HELP. See if you're eligible here.A bit more about the course…The Undergraduate Certificate in Building Health Through Nutrition is a full-time course which is delivered entirely online, over the course of six months. The course is comprised of three subjects and two electives, which are all theory-based. These include Medicinal Food Science (NMDM1), Foundations of Human Nutrition (NMDF1), Dietary Planning Across the Lifespan (NMDD2), plus electives Weight Management in Health and Disease (NMDW2) and Sports Nutrition (NMDS3).This course is best suited for those working in allied health who already possess foundational knowledge of biology, pathology and communication who are looking to add to their skill set by adding in nutritional medicine.Upon graduation, students will have developed a deep understanding of nutritional medicine across the human lifespan. Students will also have developed skills in communication, critical thinking, organisation and digital literacy.Take a look at the course brochure and read more about the course here. You can read more about the CSP scheme here.