Nourishing a better lifestyle
DEVELOPMENT in science and technology has led to the creation of many new things to benefit mankind. It also creates an alternative to the road of new discoveries, utilising existing know how and knowledge. On such field which is now in the forefront is nutrition.
Nutrition is a crucial aspect of overall health that emphasises consuming the right quantity of quality food at the right time. With the increasing concerns over health and wellness, the need for a qualified nutritionist have seen an increase.
Among the industries involved are wellness industries and company’s dealing with health and wellness products.
The Management and Science University ( MSU) through the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences ( FHLS) complements the needs of highly skills and experts human capital in the nutrition field. The course is a three- year programme open to those who have passed STPM, matriculation, diploma or other qualifications recognised by the MSU Senate.
Students pursuing the programme will be exposed to both of nutrition and dietetics areas, as well as to the state- of- the- art technologies used in the fields of communication and counselling. As such, graduates of the programme are expected to be competent to handle not only the common nutritional problems but also to advise on complex strategic issues and decision- making process in the areas of community nutrition.
Apart from the nutrition programme, FHLS also offers bachelor and diploma programmes in various fields.
These include Biomedical Science, Food Service Technology, Optometry, Bioinformatics, Medical Sciences and Forensic Science.
As one of Malaysia’s top university, MSU offers priority to quality education and the importance of creative teaching methodologies towards producing quality graduates.
Besides incorporating international exposure in the students learning experience, extensive industrial training components and personal enrichment competency are also blended into the programme of study to ensure the graduates employability.
MSU is committed to ensure the best for its students.
A comprehensive range of visiting professors who conducts regular semester visits provides valuable inputs to students. Furthermore, various skills enhancement programmed aimed at improving competitiveness are offered to students.
Until now, MSU graduates remain the popular choice among employers.
A graduate tracer study conducted by the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education shows a 98% employability rate of MSU’s graduates entering the working environment.
This rate is the highest among all higher learning institutions in Malaysia.
The MSU’s International Mobility Programmes are initiatives of the university towards empowering students through international exposure activities.
This exposure serves to complete the students’ development into competent and employable graduates.
For further information regarding courses offered at MSU, contact the Counseling and Communications Department at 03– 5521 6868.
Additional information can also be obtained by viewing our website at www. msu. edu. my.
Proud Msu Nutrition alumnus sharizan hamid is currently working as a nutrition officer at the Ministry of defence Malaysia.