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About our program
The Graduate Programs in Human Nutrition (GPHN) at OHSU has two principal areas of curricular focus: human nutrition and dietetics, and food systems and society. GPHN graduates come from diverse backgrounds but share an interest in improving outcomes for individuals and society.
Nutrition and Dietetics
There are three options for study in nutrition and dietetics at OHSU. Students in these programs build a foundation to provide innovative, evidence-based, nutrition care and dietetics services that promote and enhance health and wellness for all people. Graduates are efficient and effective communicators who use far-reaching, social networking mediums, and individual and group counseling to disseminate information about nutrition to clients, colleagues, and the global community. Learn more here:
Food Systems and Society
Our Master’s program in Food Systems and Society focuses on the societal factors that enable and constrain the development of equitable food systems. Students draw on interdisciplinary social sciences to examine concepts, perspectives, and strategies for identifying causes and remedies to social problems in the food system. Graduates are well-positioned to work in the policy arena, lead nonprofit organizations, serve as researchers and writers, create innovative enterprises, or enhance their existing professional practice with complementary knowledge and skills. Learn more here:
What a view from our offices in the Moody building. Rainbow over Tillikum Crossing.
OHSU Food Resource Center
A grassroots grocery box program has grown into the OHSU Food Resource Center (FRC)—a welcoming, on-campus resource. Learn more about the FRC and the amazing work being done on campus.