The Doctor of Clinical Nutrition is a hybrid program completed through a combination of online and on-campus courses.
The majority of the courses in this program are delivered online, offering flexibility for the student. The syllabus for each course will provide details about weekly lessons and include expectations, due dates for assignments, and required participation. For more information about MUIH’s online format, click here. The number of on-campus courses differs by pathway.
Master's Degree Pathway
Thirty-six of the 48 credits are completed through online courses and students are required to complete six credits on campus, offered as four 1.5 credit courses on weekends.
The final six credits will require the completion of a clinical nutrition residency. The clinical residency may be completed where the student lives, or on the MUIH campus at the Natural Care Center. Students who live in states where MUIH does not have approval for distance learning internship/residency programs will complete a special case study projects and presentations in lieu of residency.
Online courses run asynchronously throughout each trimester. For trimester start and end dates, see the Academic Calendar.
Weekend class times are typically 5 – 9 p.m. on Fridays, and 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.