Nutrition

Curriculum and Requirements

This is a 34-credit curriculum for students with bachelor's degrees, and professional credentials in health fields (RD, RN, MD, DDS, or RPh) at matriculation, who seek advanced training in foods and nutrition.

Notes:

  1. No master's level NUTR-GE courses may be taken pass/fail.
  2. Not all courses listed are offered every semester. Classes run if enrollment is sufficient.
  3. Courses marked with an asterisk (*) may be taken only after you have completed FOOD-GE 2190 Research Methods. Please consult with your academic advisor for additional information about course sequence.
Curriculum (34 Credits)

FIRST SEMESTER

SAHS-GE 2000

New Graduate Student Seminar (all students)

0

FOOD-GE 2190

Research Methods (all students)

3

NUTRITION SCIENCE

NUTR-GE 2139

Advanced Nutrition: Protein, Fats, and Carbohydrates (required)

3

NUTR-GE 2144

Advanced Nutrition: Vitamins and Minerals (required)

3

FOOD & NUTRITION

FOOD-GE 2191

Food and Culture (required)

3

NUTR-GE 2184

Food Science and Technology (required)

3

CULMINATING EXPERIENCE (only after core requirements met)

FOOD-GE 2061

Research Applications

3

NUTR-GE 2063

Research Apprenticeship (permission by department)            

3

ELECTIVES (Graduate level courses XXX.2XXX)

With approval by advisement, graduate electives may be taken from other programs and schools.  Only 2000-level courses are consider graduate level.

FOOD-GE 2015

Food Policy

 3

NUTR-GE 2199

Nutrition Education

 3

NUTR-GE 2192

Nutrition Epidemiology

 3

NUTR-GE 22xx

Seminar in Advanced Nutrition

 3

PUHE-GE 2213

Nutrition in Public Health

 3