During the 2013 academic session of the PHN program, I learned that the field of public health and nutrition is not simply the study of different diseases and causes. It is more concerned with health and nutrition determinants, associations between behavior and disease, trends within populations, methods to control disease, malnutrition etc. However, in this course, I have found that public health covers a wider range of ideas, actions, and techniques than I had originally thought. I learned how public health is the place where all of our preventative measures for diseases, illnesses, and environmental factors come from. I have been passionate about nutrition for many years though I think taking any public health and nutrition course and pursuing the many different careers involved is very advantageous because the measures, statistics, and ideas one learns from the courses provides a different outlook on the average actions we take for granted every day. I really liked the presentation of the material. It reads clearly & logically, pieces of information are built in beautifully. Faculties and management of the program were so accessible and always ready to help out with any queries or concerns. I get the impression from your prospectus, that you have put thought into making the subject learnable, and that comes across in the home study and the ‘test your knowledge questions’. The questions really open up the subject and make you curious about the reasons for things -makes you engage. I highly recommend the Public Health Nutrition program to anyone interested in a career in public health.