The Department of Nutritional Sciences is proud to offer several graduate degree options. Please note, each of these programs are unique and have different deadlines and pre-requisites. Please review the admissions requirements carefully for each program.
Online Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition
The MS in Clinical Nutrition is focused on core nutrition, clinical nutrition, professional skills, and electives. This is advanced learning at its best, and is ideal for people with a strong background in clinical nutrition, confidence working at the graduate level, and a commitment to become a leader in clinical nutrition and dietetics. Please click on the Online Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition link for more information about this program.
The Interdepartmental Graduate program in Nutritional Sciences (IGPNS)
This is an intensive, research-based program on campus. You will work on campus under a mentor in a research lab while taking advanced coursework in Nutrition. This program offers PhD and MS degrees in nutrition relating to animal, human, and biochemical and molecular nutrition. Please click on the MS/PhD link for more information about the on campus program.
Capstone Certificate in Clinical Nutrition
This new 12-credit online certificate program builds on knowledge and skills obtained in your undergraduate studies and professional experiences. It is designed to expand your knowledge and give you new insight and experiences in, critical care, nutrition support, complex nutritional assessment, nutrition counseling, advanced pediatrics, and clinical nutrition research.
Areas which are essential for success in today’s complex clinical environment. The four courses can be completed in as little as 12 months.
Please click on the Online Capstone Certificate in Clinical Nutrition link to learn more!