MUIH's Doctor of Clinical Nutrition and M.S. in Nutrition and Integrative Health programs are now enrolling for Spring 2020.
The priority deadline to apply is November 1.
Nutrition is one of the most influential determinants for long-term health and wellness. In fact, research shows that most chronic diseases can be prevented, and in some cases reversed, with good nutrition. Record numbers of consumers and businesses are aware of these facts and are seeking health professionals that can offer a strong knowledge base in the field of nutrition.
In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in 2010 that employment of nutritionists and dietitians over the next decade will increase, and those "with specialized training, an advanced degree, or certification beyond the particular state's minimum requirement should enjoy the best job opportunities.”
The Nutrition and Integrative Health programs at MUIH will prepare you with the advanced skills and expertise to fill this growing demand and become a leader in the field. Our programs include a Doctor of Clinical Nutrition, Master of Science degree, and a Post-Master’s Certificate for healthcare professionals and others with advanced science training.
Designed to fill the tremendous and increasing demand for nutritionists who can work at all levels of the healthcare continuum, graduates of this program will be prepared to work as a critical part of multidisciplinary teams in a number of health and wellness settings. The program uses a cohort model to maximize peer to peer support and engagement and is offered primarily online with four weekend experiences on campus. READ MORE
This program offers a unique approach to the study of nutrition, which emphasizes the vital and interrelated physiological, socio-cultural, and spiritual roles of food in our lives. Students will gain practical skills and apply theory through participation in whole foods cooking labs, practice coaching sessions, case studies, and biochemical assessment, and will select an area of concentration in human clinical nutrition, community nutrition education, or herbal medicine. The program is offered online, on-campus, hybrid formats, and limited residency formats. READ MORE
The first of its kind in the nation, this program provides evidence-based nutrition training specifically for health professionals and those with advanced science training who want to broaden their expertise and client reach with a strong knowledge base in nutrition. The 15-credit program is offered in an online format. READ MORE
Based on the latest and evolving knowledge in the field of nutritional genomics, this program prepares clinicians with the knowledge and skills to address the relationship between nutrition and gene expression in the context of health and wellness and overall clinical care. The curriculum focuses on the shift in the scope of scientific inquiry from a single gene and its DNA sequence to the study of all of the genetic material, called the genome, which includes those sequences expressed as proteins and the non-expressed sequences that may have a regulatory function. READ MORE
This program prepares students with the knowledge and skills to enhance sports performance through the application of scientific and holistic nutritional principles and practices. Using an evidence-based approach, students will explore the fundamental role of nutrition in sports performance and explore how supplements, caffeine and hydration exert their effects. READ MORE