Master of Science in Allied Health with a concentration in Nutrition
Master of Science in Allied Health with
a concentration in
- MS courses and the supervised practice are integrated as a seamless 2 year program.
- The program offers a concentration in Medical Nutrition Therapy
- 97% of graduates pass the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist exam within one year of their first attempt
- 100% of graduates are employed in the field of nutrition & dietetics within one year of completing the program
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
The Master of Science in Allied Health with a Concentration in Nutrition is an accredited MS-dietetic internship (DI) program. The program provides knowledge and skills in human nutrition, clinical nutrition/dietetics and a research directed capstone project. The program supports the development of professional competencies within the field of nutrition and dietetics. Career options include Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), Public Health Nutritionist and nutrition researcher. At the successful completion of the program students will receive a verification statement and will be eligible to sit for the registration exam to be credential as a RDN.
The Master of Science in Allied Health with a Concentration in Nutrition is designed for candidates with a strong basic and applied science background and who have successfully completed an accredited DPD program. Also, they must possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree preferably in one of the following fields: natural sciences, nutrition, medicine, dentistry, nursing, allied health or related field.