Students conduct research, with a focus on data entry, development and testing of research hypotheses through data analyses, interpretation of statistical data and outputs, and compare findings to the literature. In addition, students develop appropriate graphics and develop a research manuscript. Students must take the NUTR 6695 and 6696 sequentially (i.e., two terms in a row) with the same Research Supervisor (Course Instructor) and same cohort of students to meet M.S. in Nutrition and Wellness program research competency requirements for graduation. Fee: $160.