Master of Science in Nutrition

The Master of Science in Nutrition allows emphasis in the broad fields of basic and applied human and animal nutrition. Candidates may perform research in the areas of nutritional biochemistry and molecular biology, animal nutrition, and community or international nutrition. Human or animal nutrition specialization can be obtained in physiology, immunology, biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, and applied nutrition. Students are required to complete the core curriculum in nutrition which includes courses in nutrition, biochemistry, physiology, and statistics. 

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