Liberty University’s Master of Public Health in Nutrition program will advance your proficiency in skills relevant to leadership positions in the field of public health locally, nationally, and globally. You will be equipped to serve successfully as an expert in public health, while sharpening your understanding of public health and the importance of nutrition through a sociological perspective regarding solutions to food-borne illness, disease prevention, and nutritional health disorders. With a master’s degree in public health you will also gain a level of expertise, as you enrich your understanding of nutrition and enhance your credentials, creating opportunities for career advancement. Those pursuing opportunities in the mission field, may establish a potential platform to enter closed countries.
Courses will emphasize the importance of applying ethics to public health and nutrition practices and integrating faith with learning in a professional atmosphere. Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree with a minimum 12 credit hours in health science, including anatomy, physiology, microbiology and chemistry (with lab experience). Credits may be completed concurrently at another institution. Applicants must have a 3.0 to be in good standing or a 2.5 to enroll on probation.
Potential Career Options: Public Health Specialist, Dietician and Nutritionist, Health Educator, School Nutritionist and Food Services, Missionary
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Must have an accredited Bachelor's degree
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Master's College or University I
Available to many students and parents, loans are an option for funding one's education.