Online Masters of Science in Nutrition & Wellness (Plant-Based Emphasis)


April 15th, 7:00 pm

*To arrange a virtual open house outside of the above date, please DI Program director, Professor Sherri Isaak at

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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:

  • Students pursuing a career in Nutrition & Dietetics with the goal to become a Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN). 
  • Professionals that are licensed as a Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and desire to pursue a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Wellness. 
  • Students who are currently enrolled in the Dietetic Internship program. We encourage you to inquire about the dual enrollment option!

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

  • Vegetarian emphasis
  • Online coursework with 8 week long classes
  • Option for accelerated track
  • ACEND* accredited Dietetic Internship counts towards graduate credits

* Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics.

Course Information 

•       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.



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