Admission into the Minor in Nutrition Sciences is declared through BlazerNet. Please select this link for additional information concerning the specific admission requirements for the Minor in Nutrition Science.
All students in the Minor of Nutrition Sciences program complete coursework through a planned program of study that is tailored to meet your needs. The curriculum will help assist you in knowing the facts and be able to access evidence-based information which will allow you to be an informed consumer. Our curriculum is tailored to administer a foundation of awareness in the study of nutrition science that focuses on how nutrition can be used to help prevent disease and maintain good health throughout the lifespan.
Have an immediate question about the Minor in Nutrition Sciences program? You might find it in our “Frequently Asked Questions” section. Click this link for more inquiries.
The Department of Nutrition Sciences world-class faculty consist of educators, scholars and researchers who create a culture of discovery, collaboration and innovation. We embrace social responsibility, healthy lifestyles and visionary thinking. Our faculty pride themselves in providing exceptional on-the-spot training and lifelong mentoring. Click here for a listing of our faculty and to review the exciting things that they are doing to advance the discovery of nutrition sciences.
All applications to the MS/DI Clinical Track are made through a centralized application process called DICAS and a corresponding digital match process via D & D Digital. Please click this link to learn more about the application and admissions process.
All students in the MS/DI Clinical Track must complete specific courses according to a planned and structured sequence of study. Students fulfil both core requirements and professional requirements in a logical order. The sequence is intended to facilitate both scholarly proficiency and distinctive achievement. Program goals and measured outcomes are found here.
Have an immediate question about the MS/DI Clinical Track? You might find it in our “Frequently Asked Questions” section. We have also included the program’s best contact information at the bottom of the FAQ section just in case your question is not answered there.
The MS/DI Clinical Track is designed to prepare students to practice as competent, professional practitioners. In addition, students gain research skills and ethical values consistent with professional practice. Our students hail from different countries, cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. Their unique life experiences create an enriched learning environment that elicits the development of skills and compassion that benefit each other beyond UAB.