On successful completion of the course, students will:
Have knowledge about food, diets and physical activity for different groups
Be able to assess and communicate healthy diets for these groups
Be familiar with and be able to assess different methods for changing dietary habits
Health profile assessment
Assessment of diets and activity levels
Diets for groups with special needs
Promoting healthy dietary habits to various groups in preventative health work
Teaching methods and workload
Teaching methods include lectures, practical work, group work and assignments. Certain parts of the instruction require compulsory attendance, information regarding this will be given at the start of the semester.
Estimated work load is 270 hours.
Satisfactory participation in compulsory instruction
Successful completion of compulsory assignments according to the course brochure
Assessment methods and criteria
A graded oral individual examination.
See the course brochure for details.
The course coordinator decides whether a midway evaluation or a final evaluation will be carried out. The evaluation will be in the shape of a meeting between the lecturer and two-three student representatives of all theoretical courses, in accordance with the normal agreement of the quality assurance system, article 2.1.1. In some courses there may be a need for a final evaluation instead of a midway evaluation, or possibly both.
Type of course
Level of course
Year of study
Normally first year
Name of lecturer
Study programme coordinator Elling Bere (firstname.lastname@example.org)