What to Expect
If studying full time, you can earn both degrees in three years (or take a more flexible, part-time approach if that better suits your needs). Your curriculum will include a mixture of courses spanning nutrition, biochemistry and health, such as advanced human nutrition, introduction to environmental health, public health management and policy, and nutritional biochemistry and metabolism.
Our program takes a broad view of health and wellness, drawing from experts in genetic epidemiology, health policy, prevention research and systems-based environmental health, among others. We also offer a range of courses in quantitative sciences to support analysis and demonstrate outcomes.