Our top-ranked department is unlike any other in the nation. Because we are positioned within a school of public health and a school of medicine, we can provide students with a broader range of faculty expertise and instruction and greater opportunities for critical, ground-breaking and innovative research. The work of our faculty members and students makes a real difference in people's lives. Our goal is to advance nutritional solutions to problems in public health and educate the next generation of leaders in nutrition. The department offers undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and postdoctoral degree programs, as well as training to support certification as a registered dietitian (RD).
We weigh multiple factors in admissions decisions. If you have questions about your qualifications for the program, please contact us.
The coordinated master's program in public health nutrition is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) to accept 24 students each year.