The M.S. in Community Health and Nutrition will provide graduate course work to two audiences: (1) credentialed Registered Dietitians who seek a M.S. degree only and (2) students who seek both credentialing as a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (Future Education Model Future Graduate program) and the M.S. Degree. The M.S. degree only in Community Health and Nutrition is a 30-hour degree program. The M.S. degree plus FEM FG program requires an additional 12 credit hours in experiential learning practicum courses. Each practicum course requires approximately 54 hours of experiential learning. In addition, approximately 30 hours of experiential learning is integrated into each didactic online course.
Proposed Program of Study, Community Health and Nutrition Future Education Model (FEM) Graduate Program: