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Program Overview / Program of Study

Core Courses: 20 hours

FN 610 Research Methods in Foods and Nutrition (3)
FN 611 Nutrition and the Lifecycle I (2)
FN 612 Nutrition and the Lifecycle II (2)
FN 620 Advanced Nutrient Metabolism I (2)
FN 621 Advanced Nutrient Metabolism II (2)
FN 625 Seminar in Nutrition (1; taken 2x, total of 2 hours)
FN 627 Food and Society (3)
FN 646 Regression Analysis and other Multivariate Models (3)
Elective Hours: 9 or 12 hours*
3-4 Electives (3 hrs each)

Elective Courses:

FN 614 Medical Nutrition Therapy, Assessment & Counseling I (4)
FN 615 Medical Nutrition Therapy, Assessment & Counseling II (4)
FN 630 Nutrition Education and Counseling (3)
FN 635 Gastronomy (3)
FN 636 Sustainable Food Systems (3)
FN 650 Vitamins, Minerals, and Nutraceuticals (3)
FN 655 Nutrition and Physical Performance (3)
FN 656 Obesity and Weight Management (3)
FN 660 Food, Film & Culture (3)
FN 675 Topics in Foods, Nutrition and Dietetics (1-3)
FN 670 Practicum in Nutrition (3) or FN 680 Thesis in Nutrition (6)

FN 800 Graduate Study (1)
*3 courses (9 hours) if pursuing thesis option, 4 courses (12 hours) if pursuing practicum option.

TOTAL HOURS = 34

Prerequisite courses for M.S. in Nutrition»

Graduate School Catalogue» with full course descriptions

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Strong Story | Chris Newport

Chris Newport, ’11, earned her Master of Science in Nutrition at Meredith College after completing Meredith's Dietetic Internship program and becoming a Registered Dietitian. As the owner of a sports nutrition and endurance coaching company, Chris pursued her master’s degree in order to more effectively serve her clients and help them reach their fitness goals.

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