FAQsHave an immediate question about the MS in Nutrition Sciences, LMDP Track? You might find it in our “Frequently Asked Questions” section.


What is the cost of the MS in Nutrition Sciences, LMDP Track?

A complete break down of your Tuition and Fees can be found on the School of Health Professions website. Since this program is offered solely online, students will be charged in-state tuition regardless of their residency.

Will I be a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) after completion of this track?

Although the MS in Nutrition Sciences, LMDP Track does not qualify you to become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, this track provides you the opportunity to gain the knowledge and professional skills to apply nutrition for physical activity and disease prevention. You will also, gain an in-depth understanding of nutritional biochemistry, gain skills to practice basic nutrition education of the public, and the opportunity to plan community interventions to promote health throughout the lifespan.

Am I able to work full time while enrolled in the MS in Nutrition Sciences, LMDP Track?

The MS in Nutrition Sciences, LMDP is a non-thesis track, comprised of 36 credit hours of study. A full time student will complete the program in 4 semesters. However, part-time enrollment is allowed. The LMDP program is provided entirely online to allow flexibility for students who have other obligations.