The 33-credit hour Environmental Nutrition curriculum emphasizes the relationships
between food, nutrition, and the environment. Issues connected with food sustainability,
cultural food practices, food justice, humanitarian nutrition, and alternative and
complementary nutrition guide the curriculum. Applied practices driven by relevant
research and theoretical foundations culminate with an internship and project.
As a generalist nutrition program, students with a variety of academic preparations
are encouraged to apply. We invite applicants who wish to emphasize applied work in
sustainable food and nutrition practices. The asynchronous program is delivered exclusively
online to accommodate individuals who could benefit with job advancement or job security
through acquiring an applied Master’s degree.
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