Help and heal with a master’s in clinical nutrition from UW–Madison.
When you earn your MS in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, you’re taking an important step to do more for your patients and advance your career. Beginning in 2024 a master’s degree will be required to take the registration exam for dietitians, so it’s more important than ever to strengthen your credentials.
World-class faculty will lead you as you:
- Take advantage of the latest information and research.
- Recognize and respond to developments in clinical nutrition practice, policy and research.
- Prepare to lead professional teams in nutrition-related services.
- Collaborate and grow with peers who share your passion.
Our highly-ranked, 100% online program makes it possible to get a top degree while balancing work and life obligations.
- Courses 100% online.
- Relevant, project-based activities.
- Weekly web conferences.
- Full-time or part-time enrollment.
- Start in fall, spring, or summer.
Applicants must have completed General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Physiology, Biochemistry, Statistics, Human Nutrition, and Clinical Nutrition.
If you already have a certificate in clinical nutrition from UW–Madison, you can finish your master’s in just two semesters!
BestSchools.com named UW–Madison #3 in Best Online Master’s in Clinical Nutrition program.
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