**NOTE: The graduate curriculum for the nutrition program is in the process of being revised. Please contact the graduate program director with questions regarding specific degree requirements.**
The Department of Nutrition offers the Master of Science (M.S.) degree with nutrition science or community nutrition options, a 4+1 Accelerated Master of Science (M.S.) option, a fully online MPH in Nutrition option, a PhD in Public Health/Nutrition option, and a dietetic internship program with two tracks. Graduate students benefit from small classes, personalized advising, and laboratory and community research experiences. The Department offers teaching assistantship and research assistantship support for many students.