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About this course
Graduates of the program are able to
- Develop and utilize nutrition concepts and best-practices for nutrition and health promotion initiatives
- Apply core research principles to measure the nutrition status and environment of individuals and communities
- Develop communications and collaboration strategies with representatives from government, non-profit, community, and business entities regarding nutrition initiatives
- Interpret and modify explanations of complex nutrition concepts for various audiences
- Research, develop and disseminate evidence-based and theory driven educational materials and work-products at an audience appropriate level for topics related to nutrition and health promotion
- A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution or its equivalent. See International Admissions for details regarding evaluation of international degrees for grade and degree equivalency.
- Undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.
- Sufficient computer skills to navigate the worldwide web and effectively participate in an on-line program.
- Own or have regular access to a computer with internet connection and with appropriate hardware and software requirements.