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Master of Science (M.S.) in Nutrition and Wellness Curriculum

Coursework in the the M.S. in Nutrition and Wellness degree helps you build a foundation of expertise in advanced nutritional topics as well as vital skills in research, analysis and communication. This combination will enable you to accurately synthesize and share what you learn throughout the program.

The M.S. in Nutrition and Wellness program requires 52 credit hours of graduate coursework.

Required Nutrition and Wellness Foundation (24 credits):

Required Applied Nutrition Research Foundation (12 credits):

Thesis/Non-Thesis Tracks: Required to choose one option

Thesis Track (8 Credits)

Non-Thesis Track (12 Credits)

Electives:

Thesis track students to choose 8 credits. Non-Thesis track students to choose 4 credits. Courses cannot be counted twice.