The On-Campus Weekend Program Option consists of 41 credit hours of core curriculum courses plus 3 credit hours of Thesis Project.
The program supports the acquisition, utilization, and application of nutrition principles in clinical situations. Coursework is designed to assist the student in gaining proficiency in counseling clients/patients in alternative and complementary nutritional therapies. In addition, the program provides an opportunity for medical, chiropractic, and other healthcare providers to expand their practice through knowledge gained from graduate studies in nutrition.
Licensure or certification is available through several individual states or national nutritional organizations. Consult with state health departments or specific organizations for exact eligibility. The program is a graduate-level program and is NOT designed to lead to the registered dietician (R.D.) designation.
The program provides its graduates with a foundation for entering Ph.D. programs in nutrition.
The Human Nutrition Institute also offers Post Graduate seminars to expand students’ and alumni knowledge by providing education on advancing research in clinical nutrition. These opportunities are available to aid students and graduates in their career development.
Understanding Health Care Reform
Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Seminar
Saturday, October 26, 2013 10AM - 5PM
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