Masters of Food & Nutrition

6th annual Food and Nutrition Symposium: 21st century nutrition challenges (November 14th 2014)

Graduate studies in Food and Nutrition at Bowling Green State University is distinguished by:

  • Flexibility that enables you to pursue an option that supports your professional goals;
  • The opportunity to work closely with talented faculty members who are noted for both professional and scholarly expertise;
  • Coursework and field experience that foster creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills;
  • A focus on lifelong learning and ongoing professional development.

The graduate studies in Food and Nutrition requires completion of a master's thesis or master's project and graduate coursework in nutrition, research and a minor (cognate). The nutrition core includes study in nutrition science, community nutrition and medical nutrition therapy. The research core includes study in statistics, research methods, and thesis/project. The minor, or cognate, is a focused area of coursework that supports your career goals. Our students select cognates in many different areas, including biology, counseling, human development and public health.

Graduate studies in Food and Nutrition may be completed either on-campus or on-line.