Covid-19 Update 2020-2021 School Year: We want to reassure you that in spite of the disruptions that occurred in higher education due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Master of Science (MS) in Nutrition & Wellness, an online program at Andrews University is unaffected and is currently accepting applicants for fall enrollment. Apply Here!
Now is the time to further your career with a Masters of Science in Nutrition & Wellness. This online program has a unique plant-based emphasis and offers flexibility and convenience to working adults. It is offered at a 50% tuition discount and is available for students interested in any semester.
This program is designed for:
Note: Students must have completed their bachelor’s degree from an accredited program in Nutrition & Dietetics and have a verification statement(s) prior to the start of the program or be in their senior year completing a Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD).
Points of Distinction
* Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics.
Accelerated track. Andrews University students with a 3.3 GPA or higher (completing the DPD program) may be able to take up to 6 graduate credits in their senior year with permission from their advisor.
• FDNT 520 - Vegetarian Nutrition and Disease Prevention Credits: 3
• FDNT 560 - Health Research Methods Credits: 3
• FDNT 565 - Current Issues in Nutrition and Wellness Credits: 3
• FDNT 595 - Graduate Certificate Internship I Credits: 6*
• FDNT 596 - Graduate Certificate Internship II Credits: 6*
• FDNT 670 - Comprehensive Exam Credits: 0
• FDNT 680 - Research Seminar Credits: 2
• FTES 510 - Fitness and Health Promotion Credits: 2
• PBHL 511 - Biostatistics Credits: 3
• PBHL 646 - Integration of Spirituality in Health Care Credits: 2
*Students who submit RDN documentation may fulfill the requirement FDNT 595 Graduate Certificate Internship I (6 credits) through credit for prior learning, and may replace FDNT 596, Graduate Certificate Internship II with six elective credits, in consultation with their academic advisor.
Click Here Cost is 50% off standard graduate rates.
Prospective students must submit their applications by the dates listed below.
Fall (August–December): August 15
Spring (January–May): November 15
Summer Session 1 (May–August): April 1
Summer Session 2 (May–August): May 1
Summer Session 3 (May–August): June 1
Prospective students holding an ACEND accredited bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and a completed Dietetic Internship:
Prospective students holding a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics (accredited by ACEND) but without a Dietetic Internship:
Apply to the to the Dietetic Internship through DICAS.
Prospective students holding bachelor’s degree in a different field or from an international institution:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 269-471-3370.