Course Schedule

Year 1: Summer

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 504Supervised Practice Rotations3
NUTN 513Food Service and Clinical Management2

 

Year 1: Fall  

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 500Community Outreach Projects1
NUTN 504Supervised Practice Rotations6
NUTN 505 Readings & Conferences1
NUTN 510Public Health Nutrition3
NUTN 514Nutrition Research & Scientific Communication3
CONJ 650The Practice and Ethics of Science1

 

Year 1: Winter

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 500Community Outreach Projects1
NUTN 504Supervised Practice Rotations6
NUTN 503Thesis1
NUTN 507Seminar1
NUTN 511Pathophysiology & Medical Nutrition Therapy 4

 

Year 1: Spring

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 504Supervised Practice Rotations6
NUTN 503Thesis1
NUTN 512Advanced Pathophysiology & Medical Nutrition Therapy 3

 

Year 2: Summer

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 503Thesis1
NUTN 507Seminar1
NUTN 517Laboratory Methods in Nutrition 3
NUTN 521Energy Metabolism3

 

Year 2: Fall

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 503Thesis1
NUTN 505Reading & Conferences 1
NUTN 522Antioxidant, Bone & Protein Metabolism3
PHPM 524Introduction to Biostatistics4

 

Year 2: Winter

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 503Thesis1
NUTN 507Seminar1
PHYS 510Physiology6

 

Year 2: Spring

Course #

Course TitleCredits
NUTN 503Thesis1
NUTN 515Case Studies in Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy2
NUTN 516Nutrition Physical Examination 4

 

Thesis Credits

MS/DI students must complete a minimum of six thesis credits.

 

Electives

MS/DI students must complete a minimum of eight elective credits. Six of the eight credits must be taken within the department. Depending on a student's committee recommendations, elective credits may be taken through the Global Health Center, Medical and Molecular Genetics, and Public Health and Preventive Medicine, among other programs.

 

Course Descriptions*

*Curriculum and course schedule subject to change