Course code: #BNSBBA
These are mandatory and all come with course.
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Nutrition Science provides an extensive knowledge and skills base in:
The scientific principles that underpin the study of food and nutrition, to promote health and optimal nutrition in individuals and the wider community, with the capacity to apply knowledge and skills in an ethical and respectful manner.
The degree promotes the relationship between food/nutrition and health as a major contributor to wellbeing and disease prevention through the lifespan.
The Bachelor of Business Administration is a general business degree without specialisation in a particular subject area.
The course is structured around six business foundation units which are common to other undergraduate business courses and a further four units that will build your business knowledge in areas such as human resource management, marketing and management.
Combining the Bachelor of Nutrition Science with the Bachelor of Business Administration will enable graduates to utilise their knowledge and skills in industry, the public service or in small business enterprises.
Students are required to undertake a community engagement unit where they engage in voluntary work within a not-for-profit organisation over a period of 35-70 hours.
Alternatively, students in this double degree are able to select a community engagement unit within the Faculty of Health Sciences undertaking work in a selected public sector or non-profit community organisation.
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English for Academic Purposes (EAP) focuses on developing your English language proficiency and approach to academic study to help you complete university-level courses.
At the same time, it allows you to become familiar with campus life and the resources and services available to you.
These courses range in duration from 5 to 30 weeks and are available at the Brisbane, Melbourne and North Sydney campuses.
0.5 IELTS band below the required level for ACU pathway or degree programs 10 weeks
1.0 IELTS band below the required level for ACU pathway or degree programs 20 weeks
1.5 IELTS band below the required level for ACU pathway or degree programs 30 weeks
Upon completing EAP, students will meet the English language requirement of most ACU Diploma courses, undergraduate degrees and postgraduate programs.
You’ll need an Australian Year 12 Certificate equivalent if you're an international applicant.
The ACU Foundation Studies program provides a pathway to your first year of undergraduate study at ACU.
Gain guaranteed entry to your chosen ACU undergraduate degrees as long as you achieve the grade point average and English proficiency level required for your degree.
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