Master of Science in Nutrition
Help others achieve health and wellness.
With an emphasis on community and poverty, ACU’s Master of Science (M.S.) in Nutrition provides comprehensive coursework for those who seek further knowledge in the field of nutrition and dietetics. Your academic training will be rooted in Christian values and you will be prepared to serve the majority of the population, especially those who live in poverty.
The M.S. in Nutrition may be completed alone to achieve the M.S. in Nutrition degree, or it may be completed through the combined M.S. in Nutrition/Dietetic Internship program. If you are interested in enrolling in a master’s program without the Dietetic Internship, you’re welcome to apply for our fully online M.S. in Nutrition. This program allows you to earn your master’s degree from wherever you live.
If you are currently enrolled in a dietetic internship through an institution other than ACU or have previously completed a dietetic internship, 6 hours of credit will be awarded toward the master’s degree.
Upon graduation, this program will qualify you to sit for the Registration Examination for Dietitians if you have also completed an accredited dietetic internship.