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Nutrition Graduate students

The goal of our Master's Program is to enhance students' knowledge of nutrition by integrating resources and expertise across campus. The research interests of our graduate faculty encompass many different aspects of nutrition including experimental, clinical, public health, education, policy and human and community development.

Master of Science

We offer students:

  • Multidisciplinary research opportunities
  • Hands-on experience in the lab
  • A stepping stone to doctoral studies
  • Thesis and non-thesis options
  • Teaching and research assistantships
  • Individual attention

Assistantships, facilities & faculty help students to succeed

Our graduation rate is over 90 percent, and our graduates have been successful in obtaining challenging careers in research, education, dietetics practice and the administration of nutrition programs in the public and private sectors.

Research Facilities Our students have access to the latest technology in health and fitness.
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Assistantships Research & teaching assistantships are available to defray program costs.
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Graduate Faculty Our faculty include internationally recognized experts in their field.
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Ready to join the Pack?

For more information about the program, contact: