The Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology at the University of Utah offers two Master of Science degrees:
- Coordinated Master’s Program in Nutrition and Dietetics
- Emphasis in Integrative Physiology
- Emphasis in Nutrition
- Online Emphasis in Nutrition
All programs require a bachelor's degree in any field and certain prerequisites be completed prior to matriculation in the program. All programs are full-time; the CMP includes summer-supervised-practice-hours.
Our department launched its inaugural PhD program in in Nutrition and Integrated Physiology in August of 2016. The rigorous program trains research scientists and academic scholars on the fundamentals of translational bioscience, enabling them to take research findings from bench-to-bedside. The degree takes 4 to 5 years to complete and culminates with the development of a written thesis and a successful oral dissertation defense. For questions, please contact Sarah Elizabeth Levitt at (801) 581-6730.
Minor in Nutrition
The Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology does not offer an undergraduate degree, however, we have a minor. Please consider a Minor in Nutrition to complement your degree.
Please contact our Academic Advisor for more information:
For information on the Nutrition Minor:
Jean Zancanella: firstname.lastname@example.org