1Core Public Health Courses are typically offered every semester. Courses are usually face-to-face but are occasionally offered in online format.
2PUBH.5750 is a prerequisite for PUBH.6040 and is typically taken in the first semester of the program.
3Nutrition Specialization Courses are typically offered once per year or every other year in a face-to-face format. NUTR.6040 is offered in Spring of odd numbered years. NUTR.6010 Nutrition Assessment is offered in Fall of odd numbered years.
4If possible, Public Health Nutrition Practice is a Fall course, and Community Based Interventions is a spring course.
5 PUBH.5750 Epidemiology and Biostatistics should be taken before NUTR.6040 Nutrition Epidemiology.
6Practicum courses are meant to be taken sequentially. A student typically takes PUBH.6660 in the next-to-last semester of program and takes PUBH.6670 in the last semester before graduation.
7Students must take 9 credits of electives in Public Health, Nutrition, or a field relevant to their academic program. These courses are typically selected in collaboration with an academic advisor or graduate program coordinator.
NOTE: This program can accompany both Part-time and Full-time plans of study. The program can begin in the fall or spring semester. Students may transfer to other MPH options, including the Dietetics option, if qualified. Please discuss with your advisor and graduate coordinator if you are considering transferring to another MPH option.
Total Credits = 42
Last updated: 8/10/2020