Human Nutrition: M.S.
The master of science in human nutrition (MSHN) program emphasizes advanced knowledge of core nutrition principles and prepares students for advanced practice, research and leadership roles. The focus of the MSHN is nutritional science and the application of biochemistry, physiology and biology principles to human nutrition in health and disease. Areas of emphasis include research and projects related to prevention or treatment of disease; nutrition in infancy, childhood and aging; community nutrition; cardiovascular physiology; and identifying and clarifying relationships between diet and health.
|March 15: Final deadline to apply|
The 2021-2022 UD graduate student tuition rate per credit hour is $950.