Online M.S. in Human Nutrition Curriculum

Winthrop University's online Master's in Nutrition features a curriculum that aligns with the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND️®). During the program, you'll complete 6 required courses and choose 4 elective courses that appeal to your professional interests within the field. You'll gain comprehensive knowledge of topics such as food and nutrition, nutrition research methods, public health and global nutrition, medical nutrition therapy, nutrition and aging, and human metabolism. You can complete the master's in nutrition online program full-time in two years or take classes part-time while maintaining other commitments.

To pursue a focus on clinical coursework, you must have completed an ACEND®-accredited bachelor's degree or similar coursework.

Required Prerequisite Courses:*

  • Anatomy and Physiology I & II
  • General Chemistry I & II
  • Organic Chemistry**
  • Introduction to Nutrition**
  • Statistics**

*Applicants who reside in the greater Charlotte area can complete prerequisites on campus.
**Supplemental courses available please contact an enrollment counselor today for more information about how to fulfill these requirements.

Core Courses (30 credit hours)

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Winthrop's online MS Human Nutrition program can help you launch or advance your career, whether your background is in exercise science, biology, chemistry, food service, public health and more. Start by contacting a program manager toll-free at 833/257-1704 or request more information today!