The undergraduate BS degree in Nutrition and Food Studies offers two concentrations: Food Studies or Nutrition and Dietetics.
The Global Public Health/Nutrition and Dietetics combined undergraduate major educates students on the role of food, nutrition, and health in society.
The 40-credit MS in Nutrition and Dietetics with a Concentration in Clinical Nutrition will put you on track toward attaining Registered Dietitian credentials.
If you’re a Registered Dietitian, the 34-credit master’s in Nutrition and Dietetics will further develop and advance your clinical dietetics training.
This MS is for students interested in advanced academic training in food and nutrition to further their careers in fields like medicine or dentistry.
Combining rigorous course work with research, PhD students pursue the Nutrition and Dietetics doctoral degree to hone their independent investigative skills.
Degrees within the Nutrition and Dietetics program will provide you with an education combining basic science, nutritional science, food science, and research. Courses of study are available at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels.