Health Education and Promotion

College of Science and Health
Nutrition Certificate

Nutrition Certificate

The past five decades have witnessed a growing public awareness of how diet and nutrition are related to the development and prevention of diseases, which has led to a rising demand for evidence-based information about these connections. This certificate equips students with the ability to identify, evaluate, and translate nutrition-related scientific evidence for the public dissemination, allowing them to be more knowledgeable and marketable in their health profession.

Certificates can be completed as a standalone credential or while pursuing any of our graduate degree programs. All certificates can be completed within one academic year, taken one at a time each 8 week session and are all asynchronous.

Applicants must demonstrate proof of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally-accredited college or university and must meet with a graduate student success advisor prior to registering and upon completion of the certificate courses. A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.000 in certificate-applicable coursework is required to receive a certificate, with no grade lower than “C.”

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