Masters in Nutrition Programs and Degrees Info
Graduate students with a passion for fitness, and a keen interest in the close connection between the science of food, health, and disease prevention might find that a Masters in Nutrition Program may prepare them to pursue a variety of career paths in some fast growing fields. With the increased interest in the role of food in promoting health and preventing diseases such as diabetes and heart disease, the employment of dieticians and nutritionists is projected to grow 21% between 2012 and 2022[i]
DID YOU KNOW? The first recorded dietary advice, carved into a Babylonian stone in about 2500 BC cautioned those with pain inside to avoid eating onions for 3 days.
What is a Masters in Nutrition Degree?
A master’s degree in nutrition may help prepare graduates to pursue careers as nutrition professionals in the pharmaceutical industry, research nutritional biochemistry, educate patients on healthy eating habits, shape public policy, or work to ensure that agriculture is productive and safe.