Curriculum Guide - Master of Health Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition

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To complete the entire course sequence for the Master of Health Science in Applied Clinical Nutrition, follow this step-by-step guide.

Step 1: Complete Core Courses (10 credits)

These 4 Core Courses are identical for both certificate programs:

  • NUTR5000 or 5001  Macronutrients and Micronutrients (3 credits) 
  • NUTR5002  Nutrition Assessment and Healthy Eating through Lifecycle (3 credits) 
  • NUTR5003  Science of Supplements/Nutraceuticals/Functional Foods (2 credits) 
  • NUTR5004  Healthy Weight Management: Fad, Fact or Fiction? (2 credits) 

Step 2: Complete Emphasis Area Courses for each certificate (12 credits)

Complete the 6 emphasis area courses for each certificate in any order.

Certificate in Applied Clinical Nutrition: Nutrition Intervention for Health and Disease (6 credits):

  • NUTR5101  Clinical Nutrition Intervention 1: Cardiovascular Disease/Hypertension/Osteoporosis (2 credits)
  • NUTR5102  Clinical Nutrition Intervention 2: Gastrointestinal/Endocrine (2 credits)                       
  • NUTR5103  Clinical Nutrition Intervention 3: Special Topics (2 credits)    

Certificate in Applied Clinical Nutrition: Nutrition for Health, Wellness, Human Performance (6 credits):

  • NUTR5201  Healthy People 2020: Nutrition Strategies for Health/Wellness (2 credits)
  • NUTR5202  Food as Medicine (2 credits)
  • NUTR5203  Sports and Human Performance Nutrition (2 credits)

Step 3: Complete Master of Health Science Courses (8 credits)

  • NUTR5301  Reading the Research: Methods/Stats/Evidence-based Research (2 credits)
  • NUTR5302  Theories of Behavior Change and Motivational Interviewing Techniques (2 credits)
  • NUTR5303  Capstone Project (4 credits)
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