This innovative program provides students with a broad education in nutritional science and preventive health, prepares them to critically evaluate scientific literature, and serves as a firm foundation for those pursuing future doctoral level education.
Length of Program: 2 years, full time.
Campus: Kenmore, Washington
Have you thought about how you can turn your passion for food and nutrition into a meaningful, successful profession? As a student in Bastyr’s Master of Science in Nutrition program, you’ll gain a solid overview of nutritional science, theory and research. This innovative curriculum provides you the practical skills and confidence you need to bring whole-foods nutrition and wellness to your community.
The primary purpose of this degree is preparation for advanced doctoral studies in nutrition or other healthcare-related fields. Graduates may also consider careers in:
Seattle, Washington Campus
Set in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, Bastyr’s expansive Seattle-area campus provides a serene, natural environment for students to deepen their health education. Our campus is located in the Seattle suburb of Kenmore, Washington, and encompasses 51 acres along the shore of Lake Washington.
At our Seattle-area campus, you’ll enjoy dynamic classroom environments and unique facilities for research, laboratory and clinical experiences. Our campus location also affords you easy access to the rich cultural experiences of the Seattle metropolitan area and unlimited exposure to the natural wonders of the Puget Sound region.
2 years, full-time
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Bastyr’s innovative MSN program provides a broad education in preventive health and wellness, prepares students to critically evaluate scientific literature and serves as a firm foundation for future education. Reference our curriculum table for the number of credits per course, course hours and lecture hours each week.
This curriculum prepares students to successfully navigate the path toward their nutrition-focused profession. Expected learning outcomes of graduates can be found in the course catalog.
Contact an advisor to learn more about the Master of Science in Nutrition program.
Reference our curriculum table for full prerequisites. To learn which classes fulfill these prerequisites, use our course equivalency guide.
A full course outline can be found in the Master of Science in Nutrition program description of the Academic Catalog.