NUTN 503 Thesis or NUTN 506 Capstone, minimum of 6 credits
NUTN 505 Reading & Conferences, 1 credits
NUTN 507 Seminar, 1 credits
NUTN 514 A/B Nutrition Research and Scientific Communication, 3 credits
NUTN 516 A/B Nutrition Physical Examination and Lab, 3 credits*
NUTN 517 Laboratory Methods in Nutrition, 3 credits (thesis students only)
NUTN 521 Energy Metabolism, 3 credits
NUTN 522 Antioxidant, Bone, and Protein Metabolism, 3 credits
NUTN 527 Nutritional Epidemiology, 2 credits
BSTA 525 Introduction to Biostatistics, 4 credits
PHYS 510 A/B Physiology, 6 credits
Electives, variable to reach 45 credits total
*NUTN 516A/B (Nutrition Physical Exam) is required for all students in the MSDI programs, and can be taken as an elective for students in the master’s program only.
Recency of education
Students must show successful completion of prerequisite coursework, or evidence of relevant professional experience, within the past five years. If the student needs to complete additional coursework in order to meet "recency of education" requirements, the actual requirements will be determined on an individual basis following discussion between the program director and potential applicant. Completion of recommended requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the program.