Nutrition and Human Performance Masters Degree (M.S.)
Logan College offers a Master of Science degree in Nutrition and Human Performance entirely online, enabling working students to enhance their career prospects while maintaining their current lifestyles. Logan will enhance students' knowledge by integrating fundamentals of nutritional biochemistry, metabolism, health, and wellness with research methods used in nutrition. Graduates can find work in public health programs, education, nutrition and health communication, consulting and nutrition-related businesses in private and public sectors.
Students are given the option of writing a master's thesis and deeply researching a topic in the field of nutrition. The other option is to perform a clinical internship, which provides experience in nutritional assessment, consulting and managing a corporate wellness program.
The Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance requires 38 credit hours for completion. Logan offers the Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance in a hybrid online format. Logan has created a hybrid online format to attract both practicing healthcare professionals and students looking for flexibility. Logan has combined the flexibility of hybrid online learning with the practical hands-on training in laboratory and on the field settings. The new hybrid online learning option for performance enhancement and sports injury management will provide the experience, training and confidence now demanded in the athletic arena.
Students have a maximum of five years from the time they begin to complete the Master of Science degree. Students are required to have completed a bachelor’s degree prior to entering the program, or they may earn Logan's Bachelor of Science Degree Programs in Human Biology or Life Sciences or from another accredited undergraduate university. There is no specific major required for this degree program.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Students must have completed 6 hours of human anatomy and physiology, 4 hours of biochemistry (organic chemistry with at least one lab may be substituted), and 3 hours of general college math.
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Accredited by the Council on Chiropractic Education.
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