The MS in Nutrition Sciences, Lifestyle Management and Disease Prevention (LMDP) Track offers you a graduate-level curriculum that is grounded in evidence-based, cutting edge translational research. Coursework emphasizes nutrition assessment and education to promote health and prevent chronic disease throughout the lifespan and in community settings. Graduates of the LMDP Track are positioned to work within a multi-professional team to assist in the design, development, and dissemination of comprehensive nutrition and health programs that promote wellness to reduce the burden of chronic diseases on communities.

Students of the MS in Nutrition Sciences, LMDP Track interested in becoming a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist have the option to apply to the Dietitian Education Graduate Certificate Program (DEP-C), an ACEND Coordinated Dietetics Program. For more information, click the "Admission" tab below.