Learn more about the Master of Science degree in nutrition, which prepares graduates for work in a variety of healthcare settings. This program is an approved post-baccalaureate pre-medical program by the Association of American Medical Colleges.
The primary goal of this 16-month program is to prepare students for employment in public health or community agencies to promote health, reduce the risk of chronic disease and advance the nutritional health of our population.
With a graduate degree in Systems Biology and Bioinformatics (SYBB), you will combine your love of math, statistics, computers and biology to develop computational models with which to provide new insight and understanding of big data, leading to big discoveries in laboratory and clinical settings.
Students may apply to and concurrently complete a Medical Doctor (MD)/Master of Science in nutrition or Master of Public Health (MPH)/Master of Science in nutrition.