Students will earn a Masters of Science (MS) in nutritional sciences upon satisfactory completion of all requirements of the Rutgers University School of Graduate Studies, including completion of 30-semester hours of graduate level coursework (including a maximum of 12 credits for prior learning at the graduate level); completion of thesis requirements; achievement of a grade B or better in all coursework; and compliance with Rutgers School of Graduate Studies policies and requirements for a graduate degree.
|Course #||Title & Brief Description|
|16:709:508||Medical Nutrition Therapy
Application of pathophysiology of disease states addressing prevention and treatment of patients at risk of nutritional complications.
|16:709:503||Introduction to Applied Nutrition Research
Skills in the conduct and interpretation of research. Emphasis given to study design, instrumentation, analysis, and ethical issues.
|16:709:524||Health Promotion in Nutrition & Dietetics 1
Evidence-based practice with emphasis on accurate interpretation of scientific information and translation into actionable nutrition behaviors for varied consumer and professional audiences.
|16:709:510||Advanced Topics in Disease Prevention
Advanced topics in disease prevention including those related to professional practice, development, and leadership
|16:709:526||Health Promotion in Nutrition & Dietetics 2
Advanced skills in evidence-based nutrition practice with emphasis on communicating with professional audiences using an array of communication modes.
|16:709:844||Research Supervised Practice
Links the expertise acquired in the classroom with the application of research skills leading to completion of a directed nutrition research project.
|16:709:818||Dietetics Supervised Practice
Links the expertise acquired in the classroom with supervised learning experiences in an array of professional practice settings (i.e., community and clinical nutrition, food service management, and student-defined specialty area).