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The Public Health Nutrition master’s degree cultivates leaders to inform, educate and empower the public about health and nutrition issues. Through a policy, systems and environmental focus, graduates will form community, state and national partnerships and collaborate to identify and solve pressing health and nutrition concerns.
The fully online program provides candidates the opportunity to complete the program at their own pace, part-time, so they can study while holding a job and advance quickly into the professional world with an advanced degree.
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The master’s curriculum seizes the opportunity to design theory-based public health interventions, critically analyze the food security and nutrition status of populations and assess nutrition related health problems both domestically and internationally. Our experienced faculty have expertise in food systems and sustainability, community nutrition education, health care policy, food insecurity, international health, counseling, maternal/child health and pediatric nutrition.
The Master’s in Public Health Nutrition prepares graduates for work in local and state public health settings. Career prospects include a wide variety of positions in non-profit health agencies, schools, international non-governmental organizations, community service organizations, food and nutrition assistance programs, and healthcare delivery systems.Apply Today
Degree and Admissions Information
All graduate course offerings for the M.S. in Public Health Nutrition are offered fully online. The program is a part-time, 34 credit advanced degree with rolling admission.Learn More