M.S. in Community Nutrition

College of Health Sciences

M.S. in Community Nutrition

Nutrition Science Courses
NTD 503Human Nutrition3
NTD 610Nutrition Assessment3
NTD 612Nutrition and Human Behavior3
Applied Nutrition Courses
NTD 515Public Health Nutrition3
NTD 600Maternal & Child Nutrition3
NTD 601Nutrition & Health in Aging3
NTD 615Nutrition and Disease an Evidence Based Approach3
NTD 625Nutrition Policy and Programs3
Capstone Paper
NTD 517Nutrition Research Techniques3
NTD 630Capstone Course3
Elective3
Total Minimum Credits Required33

To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via my WCU and consult their Graduate Coordinator.  For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.

The following is a suggested course sequence for this program; course offerings and availability are not guaranteed. Students should consult their academic advisor with any questions.

Two-Year, Full-Time, 100% Online

Year One
FallCredits
NTD 503Human Nutrition3
NTD 515Public Health Nutrition3
NTD 517Nutrition Research Techniques3
 Credits9
Spring
NTD 600Maternal Child Nutrition3
NTD 612Nutrition and Human Behavior3
NTD 610Nutrition Assessment3
 Credits9
Summer
Elective3
 Credits3
Year Two
Fall
NTD 601 or 520Nutrition Health in Aging3
NTD 615Nutrition and Disease an Evidence Based Approach3
NTD 625Nutrition Policy and Programs3
 Credits9
Spring
NTD 630Capstone Course3
 Credits3

Three-Year, Part-Time, 100% Online

Year One
FallCredits
NTD 503Human Nutrition3
NTD 515Public Health Nutrition3
 Credits6
Spring
NTD 600Maternal Child Nutrition3
NTD 612Nutrition and Human Behavior3
 Credits6
Summer
NTD 520 (or Elective)Perspectives on Obesity3
 Credits3
Year Two
Fall
NTD 517Nutrition Research Techniques3
NTD 601Nutrition Health in Aging3
 Credits6
Spring
NTD 610Nutrition Assessment3
NTD 625Nutrition Policy and Programs3
 Credits6
Year Three
Fall
NTD 615Nutrition and Disease an Evidence Based Approach3
 Credits3
Spring
NTD 630Capstone Course3
 Credits3

Part-Time, 100% Online

Students can take one or two courses per semester.

Year One
FallCredits
NTD 503Human Nutrition3
 Credits3
Spring
NTD 600Maternal Child Nutrition3
 Credits3
Summer
NTD 520 (or Elective)Perspectives on Obesity3
 Credits3
Year Two
Fall
NTD 515Public Health Nutrition3
NTD 517Nutrition Research Techniques3
 Credits6
Spring
NTD 610Nutrition Assessment3
NTD 612Nutrition and Human Behavior3
 Credits6
Year Three
Fall
NTD 601Nutrition Health in Aging3
 Credits3
Spring
NTD 625Nutrition Policy and Programs3
 Credits3
Year Four
Fall
NTD 615Nutrition and Disease an Evidence Based Approach3
 Credits3
Spring
NTD 630Capstone Course3
 Credits3