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Course Schedule

Curriculum for the combined Master of Science & DI

 

Year One  

Summer Term 

NUTN 504 Supervised Practice Rotations, 3 credits

NUTN 500 Community Outreach Projects, 1 credit

NUTN 513 Food Service and Clinical Management, 2 credits

 

Fall Term

NUTN 504 Supervised Practice Rotations, 6 credits

NUTN 510 Public Health Nutrition, 3 credits

NUTN 514 Nutrition Research and Scientific Communication, 3 credits

CONJ 650 The Practice and Ethics of Science, 1 credit

 

Winter Term

NUTN 504 Supervised Practice Rotations, 6 credits

NUTN 500 Community Outreach Projects, 1 credit

NUTN 503 Thesis, 1 credit

NUTN 511 Pathophysiology and Medical Nutrition Therapy, 4 credits

NUTN 505 Reading & Conferences, 1 credit

 

Spring Term

NUTN 504 Supervised Practice Rotations, 6 credits

NUTN 507 Seminar, 1 credit

NUTN 512 Advanced Pathophysiology and Medical Nutrition Therapy, 4 credits

NUTN Elective: Topics TBD, 3 credits

 

Year Two

Summer Term A

NUTN 503 Thesis, 1-2 credits

NUTN 517 Laboratory Methods in Nutrition, 3 credits

 

Summer Term B

NUTN 503 Thesis, 1-2 credits

NUTN 521 Energy Metabolism, 3 credits

 

Fall Term

NUTN 503 Thesis, 1-2 credits

NUTN 522 Antioxidant, Bone, and Protein Metabolism, 3 credits

PHPM 524 Introduction to Biostatistics, 4 credits

Optional Elective, 1-3 credits

 

Winter Term

NUTN 503 Thesis, 1-2 credits

NUTN 505 Reading & Conferences, 1 credit

PHYS 510 Physiology, 6 credits

Optional Elective, 1-3 credits

 

Spring Term

NUTN 503 Thesis, 1-2 credits

NUTN 507 Seminar, 1 credit

NUTN 515 Case Studies in Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy, 2 credits

NUTN 516 Nutrition Physical Examination, 4 credits

NUTN Elective: Topics TBD, 3 credits

 

Thesis Credits

Combined MS/DI students must complete a minimum of 6 thesis credits.

 

Electives

Combined MS/DI students must complete a minimum of 8 elective or independent study credits. 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