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The Master of Science (MS) in Nutrition is suitable for people planning to pursue a doctoral degree in nutrition or other related areas and for those preparing to teach at the secondary or university level.
The program provides background experience for those interested in research careers in academic or industry settings and advanced training in basic nutrition for physicians and other health professionals. A minimum of 48 course units are required for the MS degree.
The MS in Nutrition offers two track options: a research track (in which a thesis is required) and a course work track (in which no thesis is required). For the research track, the nutrition student fulfills the core requirements and implements/completes a research project culminating in either a publishable manuscript or thesis. For the course work track, the student fulfills total unit requirements by completing additional elective courses in nutrition and by participating in an ongoing research project. A written comprehensive examination is required for both options.
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