- Integrate theories, practices, skills of nutrition & exercise science
- Become an advocate, clinician, manager, educator, researcher, specialist
- Be a proactive scholar and leader in your field
This degree will deepen and broaden your nutrition knowledge and skills. It will allow you to compete for more challenging positions in the nutrition field as well as to enter Doctoral programs in Nutrition. You will learn how to design, conduct, interpret and apply research. These skills will make you more valuable as a practitioner, a professional who can prove the worth of their services.
More About This Degree
Marywood faculty members are active in the American Dietetic Association and have professional contacts across the country which can assist you in your job search and other educational opportunities.
The program is housed in the O’Neill Healthy Family Center a beautiful, modern building that has won an award for architectural design. There are 3 classrooms, which are technologically up to date as well as a computer laboratory. A food science lab contains instruments that allow students to cook and measure food’s volume and acidity levels. The Food Sensory Lab provides a blind taste test area for students to examine food quality. Students also have the ability to use the Human Performance laboratory housed in this building. In addition, you have the support of the library staff, computer services, counseling services and career services offices located throughout the Marywood campus.
Graduate Admissions Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- “B” average during undergraduate study or demonstrated potential for graduate work
- Completed application
- Official, sealed transcripts
- Two or three letters of recommendation