Nutritional Sciences (Ph.D.)
|FCS 501||Seminar (1 cr taken every Fall semester for 3 years)||3|
|500-level or above Statistical Analysis course||3|
|500-level or above Research Methods course||3|
|Additional 500-level or above courses as determined with committee||43|
Up to 15 credits of FCS 600 can be counted in this total
Courses to total 78 credits for this degree.
- Gain expertise in the fundamental principles of nutritional sciences.
- Comprehend the complex interrelationships between nutrition, health, and disease.
- Develop theoretical and methodological skills in selected area of nutritional research.
- Acquire robust written and oral communication skills to disseminate scientific information.
- Begin to contribute to the betterment of human and/or animal nutrition regionally, nationally, and/or globally.