Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health Herbal Medicine
The Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health integrates traditional systems and nature-based knowledge of food and health with contemporary biochemical and physiological perspectives of the complex role of nutrition in human health. While building foundational skills in the sciences and introductory nutrition, students enhance the scope of their knowledge and skills by selecting an area of concentration in Community Nutrition Education, Herbal Medicine, or Human Clinical Nutrition. The program is one of the few integrative master’s degree programs in nutrition in the country.
Depending on Area of Concentration, the degree is 50 or 58 credits and can be finished in 2 – 4 years. The program is delivered in online, hybrid, and on-campus formats.
The degree is designed for students who are entering the profession as a first or second career, with or without experience working in the healthcare industry. Students graduate as creative practitioners and educators who are capable of working collaboratively to support individuals and groups with personalized evidence-based interventions and educational programs.
Classification: Specialized Institution—Other separate health profession school
Locale: Large Suburb