Join Neal Malik, DrPH, MPH, RDN, CHES, EP-C, core faculty in Bastyr University's Nutrition & Exercise Science program, as he discusses the Master of Science in Nutrition for Wellness degree offered at Bastyr’s California campus.
The Master of Science in Nutrition for Wellness degree program offered at Bastyr’s California campus is grounded in the whole-food philosophy that guides all of Bastyr University’s nutrition education. It prepares students to serve as leaders in whole-food education and trains professionals who can motivate groups to make positive lifestyle changes.
Students gain a scientific foundation for understanding the vast world of nutrition and learn to evaluate new studies and parse good information from bad. However, students gain more than just knowledge. They develop tools for communicating complex information in simple ways that transform peoples' lives.
They learn advanced skills in writing, public speaking, cooking demonstrations, creating innovative nutrition programs, motivating behavior change and other tools for bringing their knowledge to people who need it. Graduates are prepared for careers in corporate wellness programs, public health programs, grocery store chains, schools and senior centers.
Learn more about this program from core faculty member Neal Malik, DrPH, MPH, RDN, CHES, EP-C. Alison Scott, associate director of admissions & student services, will also be on hand to review the admissions processes.
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