The online Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition advances students’ understanding of biomedical and nutrition therapy while providing insight into how nutrition issues affect diverse communities as students prepare for careers in clinical practice, research, or public health. The curriculum prepares students to describe nutrient characteristics, food sources, bioavailability, and utilization within the body while also teaching them how to identify disease pathophysiology, risk factors, and symptoms of nutrition deficiencies. Coursework looks at nutrition oncology, pharmacology, exercise physiology, and global health, while also teaching students how to design customized dietary plans for adults and children.
- Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from an accredited college or university
- Minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.85
- Satisfactory science prerequisite (GRE scores may be required for students whose preparation is marginal)
- Interview may be necessary
School Accreditation Statement
Middle States Commission on Higher Education