What are the degree options for the Nutrition program?
- Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition (Please note that acceptance into this degree program track requires clinical experience)
- Master of Science in Nutrition Education
- Master of Science in Prevention, Health Promotion and Wellness
How long is the program?
Students can earn a Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition or Master of Science in Nutrition Education in just over 2 years by taking taking two courses a quarter. Students have the flexibility to use up to 5 years from the date of enrollment to complete all degree requirements.
Students can earn a Master of Science in Prevention, Health Promotion and Wellness degree in as little as 1 year as a full-time student, or may choose to complete the program on a flexible part-time basis in 2-5 years.
Can I take this program on campus?
The program is only offered online. No real-time or on-campus requirements; virtual classroom discussions occur asynchronously—that is, students participate in ongoing interactions with faculty and classmates anytime, any place.
Can I transfer into the program?
The College of Health Professions does not accept transfer students. On a case by case basis a faculty committee will review graduate coursework to award up to 8 quarter hours of transfer credit.
How can I get in touch with the Admissions Office?
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call us: 847-578-3204
Our address: Rosalind Franklin University
3333 Green Bay Road
North Chicago, IL 60064