Home Economics and Nutritional Sciences (B.Sc.)

Program structure

Structure of the program

The study of Ecotrophology is divided into the Bachelor's degree after six semesters and, if applicable, a Master's degree after an additional four semesters. The Bachelor’s degree program consists of five study semesters and a final semester with an integrated practice-oriented project that is completed with the thesis. The academic degree Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) is awarded with this degree program.

The successful completion of the Bachelor’s degree is the prerequisite for acceptance into a Master's degree program.

In the course of studies, meaningful learning units or modules are linked. For each learning unit, the student study, learning or workload effort has been defined, with the intended learning outcomes that can be achieved.